Pensions, Durigon: “Quote 41 for a year, then the real reform”

The Undersecretary for Labor explained that a bridging measure will be approved for the exit of 40-50 thousand people, then there will be the reform. “We will spend less than 1 billion to facilitate 40-50 thousand workers”

Surprisingly, less than 1 billion will be allocated to the pensions chapter. “In January there will be no full return to the Fornero law – he said to the Republic Claudio Durigon, Undersecretary for Labor -. We will have a Quota 41 with 61 or 62 years for 2023 alone, as a bridge measure towards the organic reform that we will do next year. We will spend less than 1 billion to facilitate 40-50 thousand workers. We were also thinking of a bonus for those who stay to work, but budgetary prudence leads us to give up “.

At work with Calderone and Giorgetti

Claudio Durigon also recalled that “with Quota 102 of the Draghi government it was like this”: “A bridging measure designed for 16,000 people and chosen by half. In maneuver we will put a formula that avoids the January staircase for a group of workers. Quote 41 will be there and this is important: we are studying it in detail with the Minister of Labor Marina Calderone and the Minister of Economy Giancarlo Giorgetti “.

We will review all early releases

The goal, continued the undersecretary, is “to separate expenditure for assistance from that for social security, to give a signal of sustainability of Italian pensions to Europe and to the markets”. Among other objectives: “I am thinking of flexibility in leaving for everyone, starting from a certain age and taking into account that the contribution method is becoming prevalent among workers. We will review all the early releases, with a focus on young people, women and wearying jobs “.