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French Prime Minister: A decision has been made on the timing of the pension reform in the country

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French Prime Minister: A decision has been made on the timing of the pension reform in the country

For French citizens, it is planned to raise the retirement age to 65 years. A decision has already been made on the timing of this pension reform in the country.

This statement was made in an interview for France Info TV channel, French Prime Minister Elisabeth Born.

She said that the reform will be carried out this summer. This will be officially announced on January 10th. Two weeks later, a bill to raise the retirement age will be considered in the Council of Ministers of France. After that, at the beginning of next month, it will be discussed by deputies of the French parliament - the National Assembly. Amendments to the document can be made no later than January 10.

The official noted that the retirement of citizens at the age of 65 "is not a totem." This means that the maximum length of service will not exceed reasonable limits, the French will not pay contributions to the pension fund for a longer time than now.

We will not go beyond 43 years of contributions. Nobody has to work 47 or 48 years

she assured.

In addition to reporting on pension reform, the interview with the head of the French government raised issues of unemployment insurance, problems related to the energy crisis in the country, and other topics.

France's pension reform project is to raise the retirement age from 62 to 65. President Emmanuel Macron announced the postponement of the presentation of the relevant bill from December 15 to January 10 at the end of last year.
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  1. Arkady007
    Arkady007 3 January 2023 17: 06
    +2
    And what do we Russians have to do with this?
    1. Stas157
      Stas157 3 January 2023 17: 33
      +6
      Our tsar was ahead of the French! Eagle! Here's the truth, not for good deeds.

      Interestingly, are they also promising to raise the pension for the French?
      For your information: Minimal the paddling pool pension is 636,56 euros or 48 rubles.
      "We don't want like in France!" - so said one citizen. Therefore, such a whim does not shine for us.
      1. Christian Revuelta
        Christian Revuelta 3 January 2023 17: 36
        +5
        It's actually 900 euros per month minimum
        1. Stas157
          Stas157 3 January 2023 17: 51
          +1
          Quote from christian revuelta
          It's actually 900 euros per month minimum

          What? Much more?? But we have staples! And Putin! This is our main wealth, according to the chairman of the State Duma!

          And there is plenty of money in the country! We won the countries of the West 300 billion dollars easily presented!
        2. Ilya-spb
          Ilya-spb 3 January 2023 18: 06
          +4
          Macron - resign!!! Failed to fulfill campaign promises
        3. Strannik96
          Strannik96 3 January 2023 18: 51
          +1
          Many conditions can affect your French pension. For example, low-paid workers can receive 85% of the country's minimum payment. The minimum payment is around €636 per month. Minimum - 636 Euro
          Please show us where do you find this sum?France has a qualifying period of 15 years' worth of contributions in order to receive a state pension. If you did not pay a contribution within 15 years, then your pension will be even less as 636 Euro.
          1. Strannik96
            Strannik96 3 January 2023 18: 51
            +3
            Minimum - 636 euros, if you worked and paid into the pension fund for more than 15 years, if not, then a couple of hundred, if you don't have enough, sell what you have, eat and then come to us, to the social
      2. W-12
        W-12 3 January 2023 17: 47
        +5
        I wonder if that's enough to live on. In the Russian Federation, yes, an excellent pension. But for France, I don’t know if it’s enough and if it’s a lot of 48k per month.
        Although I think there are those who have more or less than this amount. Depending on the specialty and experience.
        1. Stas157
          Stas157 3 January 2023 18: 03
          -2
          Quote: F-12
          In the Russian Federation, yes, an excellent pension.

          Bad joke!

          In the most developed countries, as a rule, the highest salaries and pensions. Corresponds to him and the standard of living.

          But there is one country with low wages and pensions, where they sincerely believe that they live very well. And even better than developed countries, where these salaries are higher! Because the prices for services are noticeably lower, which is typical for countries with cheap labor. And the fact that the rest of the prices are at the world level is somehow overlooked.
          What a distortion of consciousness!
          1. lucul
            lucul 3 January 2023 18: 35
            -1
            What a distortion of consciousness!

            You have, yes)))
            Because if you are young in the West and work, then everything is not bad, because health allows. But by old age, health is no longer there, and you have to spend huge sums on treatment.
            We have so many pensioners from the West returned - there is only one answer, their pensions will not pull that medicine, but ours completely.
            1. Stas157
              Stas157 3 January 2023 19: 06
              -1
              Quote: lucul
              But by old age there is no longer health, and you have to spend huge sums for treatment.

              Where are these huge sums take poor Europeans??

              And if they are not being treated, then why are such tenacious "dogs"?
              Already for ten years our hand-drawn life expectancy is experienced!
            2. Alf
              Alf 3 January 2023 21: 07
              +1
              Quote: lucul
              their pensions will not pull that medicine, but ours completely.

              Have you heard the expression - Free medicine starts with paid shoe covers? So this is about our, native, Russian medicine.
        2. Strannik96
          Strannik96 3 January 2023 18: 54
          0
          2-room apartment 40m2 in Marseille from 745 euros, in Paris, probably, Papa Carlo's closet costs much more, but this is without a communal apartment, and due to the Brussels bosses, they have become even more expensive
      3. Sith
        Sith 3 January 2023 17: 51
        +6
        Yes ... give me the prices for food, maintenance, rent (rent), utilities, etc. in different provinces of France ... is it enough for this money to live in a box from a Korean LG at least)
        1. Stas157
          Stas157 3 January 2023 18: 32
          -5
          Quote from Sith
          is this money enough? live in a box from under the Korean LG at least)

          Is it in France? Yes, there are generally only rogues, in comparison with a country that is held together!!
          1. Sith
            Sith 3 January 2023 20: 26
            -1
            We don’t have homeless black-assed ... they have ... for me, somehow this is a criterion
        2. cat Rusich
          cat Rusich 3 January 2023 18: 40
          -1
          Quote from Sith
          Yes ...
          ... is it enough for this money to live in a box from a Korean LG at least)
          To live in box from under LG I need someone to buy that same LG and throw the box into the street... fellow
          And now they don’t buy either LG (“The era of prosperity is over ...” J. Borel) or they sell it in stores without boxes (they roll the refrigerator out of the row and ship it to the buyer, because now all TVs are flat ...)
          sad
          1. Sith
            Sith 3 January 2023 20: 27
            0
            Borel is wrong ... you need to buy boxes from LG at least from us
      4. fruc
        fruc 3 January 2023 18: 19
        +1
        For French citizens, it is planned to raise the retirement age to 65 years.

        Well, the French can be raised up to 68 years, their life expectancy is quite high.
        1. Sith
          Sith 3 January 2023 20: 29
          +3
          Man is a monument ... man is a plant ... how many people after 70 ... lead an active lifestyle?
          1. The comment was deleted.
      5. lucul
        lucul 3 January 2023 18: 33
        -5
        Therefore, such a whim does not shine for us.

        Why would you? )))
        Do you miss your workdays?)))
        1. Stas157
          Stas157 3 January 2023 18: 41
          +2
          Quote: lucul
          Do you miss your workdays?)))

          If there is a good prospect ahead, communism, for example, then workdays are possible. Tighten up a little! But so that everyone in one harness! And not like now - someone has a lot, but we have an empty one. And no prospects!
          1. lucul
            lucul 3 January 2023 18: 49
            -6
            it can be workdays. But so that everyone in one harness!

            So you were already promised so already in 1918. Helped a lot?
            1. Stas157
              Stas157 3 January 2023 18: 55
              +5
              Quote: lucul
              So you were already promised so already in 1918. helped a lot ?

              Galoshes? Ask Surovikin. Without them - nowhere!

              Three generations of Soviet people grew up in the USSR. And put the country to the forefront in the world. Literally in every direction. Sports, space, industry, science... and even ballet!
      6. Incvizitor
        Incvizitor 3 January 2023 20: 37
        -1
        It’s better to look at what they have after paying for gas, water, electricity, and what prices they have in stores.
    2. fruc
      fruc 3 January 2023 19: 46
      +2
      Arkady007 .... And what do Russians care about this?

      That's right, let them leave their problems and discuss them to themselves. We have already been promoted and not everyone lives to retirement age.
    3. ARIONkrsk
      ARIONkrsk 4 January 2023 10: 27
      -1
      Quote: Arkady007
      And what do we Russians have to do with this?

      Especially the military site. Maybe they deliberately threw in this news here that we are not the only ones retiring so late, it’s the same there.
  2. Dinic
    Dinic 3 January 2023 17: 07
    +5
    What will our liberals say? "Is it different"?
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 3 January 2023 17: 22
      -2
      Quote: Dinich
      What will our liberals say? "Is it different"?

      I don’t know about the liberals, but the “urya-patriots” will say that the French envied us. lol

      I personally do not care about this retirement age. I will work as long as I can and hope in my old age not for a handout from the state and not for the fact that it “owes” me something for my work, but for what my father and I created and to which I gave my whole life. There is someone to continue my business - so it will feed me old and weak.
      And it doesn’t matter at the same time how many years I can physically work in my place - up to 60 or up to 80. The Pension Fund of the Russian Federation will rest on me - I will walk, beg for an extra 500 rubles and I won’t rejoice at the New Year’s pension increase of 1000.
  3. anjey
    anjey 3 January 2023 17: 21
    +3
    Damn, the frogs are catching up with us and not in the best "retirement run" laughingWe are waiting for barricades and regular bonfires from cars on the streets of Paris laughingHot Roman blood simply cannot stand this ... Poor Europe, such upheavals lately laughing !
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 3 January 2023 17: 30
      -3
      Quote: anjey
      We are waiting for barricades and regular bonfires from cars on the streets of Paris

      The "yellow vests" have long been outside working hours, on Sundays, out of habit, go to "protest". How to get to work.
      Well, they will also introduce "part-time work" on Saturday ...

      The French have not changed in 80 years - just as the "Resistance" "resisted", showing the German a "fig" (after waiting for him to turn the corner), so now the "protesters" are "protesting" - they organized a Sunday club of interests. They got together, poisoned the jokes, slapped a glass of "mumbling" and went home - the "tick" was ticked, they "protested" ...
    2. Comrade I
      Comrade I 3 January 2023 18: 34
      +4
      Right!
      We are another matter! For thirty years we have been tolerating and washing ourselves.
      Calmly looking at what is happening with the country. Strong and patriotic.
    3. DymOk_v_dYmke
      DymOk_v_dYmke 3 January 2023 21: 11
      +1
      Quote: anjey
      We are waiting for barricades and regular bonfires from cars on the streets of Paris

      Bonfires from cars are fun for juveniles, but not for pensioners.
      Swallow silently, sniff with a clenched fist.
  4. Pavel57
    Pavel57 3 January 2023 17: 21
    -1
    Yellow vests are given a reason to buzz.
    1. Bingo
      Bingo 3 January 2023 17: 33
      0
      Vests are the only reason why they are the last of the Western countries to raise the retirement age) Mattresses have long been 67 years old))) It’s just that the French have a solid storming of the Bastille every Sunday without raising the retirement age
      1. alexoff
        alexoff 3 January 2023 19: 19
        0
        No, at the end of February they took water in their mouths for many months, you see, they are not very independent
  5. alexoff
    alexoff 3 January 2023 17: 28
    +3
    Elections are over, it's time for tough decisions
  6. Old Horseradish
    Old Horseradish 3 January 2023 17: 38
    +1
    Our oligarchic substances have long been ahead of the frogs with the theft of pensions. However, they regularly drive gas. I wonder where they are now stacking loot after they got a beep in the West?
    1. Sith
      Sith 3 January 2023 17: 53
      0
      They now send ice cream in frogs)
  7. TermNachTer
    TermNachTer 3 January 2023 17: 57
    -1
    Yes, you can raise it to 70, the pension for life is still not enough. So, they will work.
  8. Kuroneko
    Kuroneko 3 January 2023 19: 57
    +2
    Quote: Arkady007
    And what do we Russians have to do with this?

    Such that now it will be possible to proudly say that we live just like in France.
  9. K._2
    K._2 3 January 2023 20: 19
    -1
    This is all lies, this cannot be in a warm and tolerant Europe, 100 percent order
  10. 16112014nk
    16112014nk 3 January 2023 20: 37
    +1
    What, now French pensioners will instead of croissants and foie gras pate eat crackers and sprat pate from tribalts?
    1. Alf
      Alf 3 January 2023 21: 22
      -1
      Quote: 16112014nk
      and sprat pate from tribalts?

      I wonder where they will take it? The fact is that the last plant for the production of sprats was closed at the end of 2020...
      1. Kuzmitsky
        9 January 2023 20: 29
        0
        Interesting, I didn't know. Now I will stop calling the Balts "sprats" behind their backs.
  11. Vladimir Shchennikov
    Vladimir Shchennikov 3 January 2023 21: 20
    -1
    Well done! Not like the Russians - work to death ... The French will have - worked for 43 years and retired and you don’t have to work until the age of 65. Start early and retire early.
  12. rotfuks
    rotfuks 3 January 2023 21: 28
    +3
    Just during the previous pension reform in France, 1,5 million people took to the streets of Paris with protests. And the retirement age for the French was then raised to only 62 years. For example, not a single German came out to protest in the streets of Berlin and the retirement age for the Germans was raised to 67 years, and now they are already talking about 70 years. First, millions of refugees are let into the country on the pretext that young refugees will save the country from a demographic decline and provide decrepit population with contributions to the pension fund, and then they offer the locals to work until old age to feed non-working refugees.
    1. Expert
      Expert 6 January 2023 01: 37
      0
      Are you talking about Germany now, or already about Russia, is it not clear?
  13. faterdom
    faterdom 4 January 2023 01: 03
    -1
    Will be asked to treat le ponimanie.