“An impressive loss of water” in San Marino, which Usl compares with Italy and the EU
There is a lot of interest in one pension reform still to be written, both for insiders, for those who are already retired and for those who will go there. For this reason in Serravalle, the most awaited is the secretary Roberto Ciavatta. “The comparison on the text has not yet taken place“, he says; after the draft was delivered to the social and employer partners in July, but he is ready to compare weekly in order to arrive at a shared document, even after December; date set by a council agenda.
Meanwhile, the secretary Usl puts the courses in a row: in the draft increase the contributions, the solidarity tax, but do not touch the welfare, there is no mention of strenuous jobs or a woman option. Giorgia Giacomini calls for contextual measures to reform the labor market and fiscal equity. On one thing he is in tune with the network secretary, to open one to retirees working window not only in healthcare.
The 2011 pension reform, which introduced the second pillar, is already in force. But it will go a regime in 2051, when the pensions will be around 60% of the latest arrival. In these 30 years the funds will go into distress, because those who are retired receive more than what they paid. Ciavatta rattles off a fact about everyone: ‘in 2030 out of 190 million payments, there will be an outlay of 314 million‘.
Longer life expectancy and fewer workers than retired people do the rest. This explains the raising of the retirement age a 103, with 63 years of life and 40 contributions to leave work. “In Italy you retire later than in the rest of Europe – he explains Domenico Proetti, of the Uil, which asks for a realignment to the Union. Busy in these hours on another difficult table with Draghi, he suggests ‘Flexibility and Voluntaryness’. In the evening that compares San Marino Italy and the Eu, Ces, the European Confederation of trade unions, by voice of Marina Monaco, asks to broaden the horizon. In the future of Europe, the right to existence and equal dignity to the aging population must be guaranteed.
Then we return to the draft: “Multi-pillar system; facilitated regime for women; voluntary severance pay hypothesis; long-term careers”, Alessandro Bugli, draftsman of the reform, summarizes the situation “An impressive loss of water” and puts San Marino’s questions back on the table. AND Renato Nibbio Bonnet, of the Board of Welfare, adds another: new regulations for the investments of pension funds and maximum transparency. He addresses the Secretary Ciavatta and a regulatory intervention that asks the asks’how, how much and where the money was invested set aside. David Rosei, of the Fondiss Committee, adds more wood to the fire: the second pillar is ten years old, is in good health, collects about 24 million a year, but has limited financial operations, and the returns are limits, not being able to have access to the free market .
From 3 November the confrontation starts again and the USL general secretary hopes to bring unitary union positions to the table, he concludes by looking at the representatives of Csdl and Cdls in the audience.