Retirement at 63: who is affected by the system announced by Elisabeth Borne?

modified: 2023-02-08 00:34:03

Elisabeth Borne evokes a possibility of leaving at 63 for those who worked between 20 and 21 years old.

  Retirement at 63: who is affected by the system announced by Elisabeth Borne?

Lately, Elisabeth Borne, Prime Minister, announced new measures for pensions. In fact, all those who worked regularly before they were 21 will be able to retire at 63 . More, what are the details of this reform? And who is clearly affected?

What Elisabeth Borne announced concerning those affected by retirement at 63

Elisabeth Borne declares having heard the request of the group Les Républicains. In this sense, she wanted to 'move' the reforms as she says. “We are going to move by extending this long career system to those who started working between the ages of 20 and 21. They will thus be able to have a departure at 63, in accordance with the rules provided for by the system. “, she clarified. Indeed, the Les Républicains group has asked for a measure targeting French people who started working before the age of 21. Nevertheless, they didn't exactly get what they wanted and rose up against it.

A question arises: is the Prime Minister referring to simple summer jobs or to a career that started in the year of 20 to 21 years? This is the second option.

More specifically, it is those who can justify 4 to 5 quarters from the age of 21. In other words, having started to working from the age of 20 without interruption.

Government declarations indicate that you must validate 4 or 5 quarters before the end of the year of your 21 years to have the right to retire at 63 years. However, if the reform is adopted, this departure will be possible at age 64. However, to anticipate this retirement, you must also validate the 172 quarters required (43 years).

To say simply, this relaxation would only concern those who have founded a career without cuts. And this since their 21 years. In this sense, it will be necessary to spend 43 years working, without pregnancies, without unemployment or military service of more than 4 trimesters.

Elisabeth Borne claims that this relaxation will affect up to 30,000 people a year and will cost between 600 million and 1 billion euros.

Elisabeth Borne differs from the measures requested by Aurélien Pradié

Vice-President LR Aurélien Pradié protested against the statements of Elisabeth Borne. According to him, they are mocked by the Prime Minister.

Aurélien Pradié proposes another measure . Indeed, he offers possible departure as soon as the required 172 quarters are reached. This is effective for people who can attest to having start contributing before the age of 21.

In addition, this amendment signed by the entire Les Républicains group. In other words, a student who has done a simple summer job which has brought him the equivalent of 150 hours at minimum wage, can trigger this device. Only, it is on the condition of then carrying out the 172 quarters to have a retirement before the legal age.

Elisabeth Borne considers this amendment far too costly, she rebels. “[his amendment] costs 10 billion euros! '.

Concretely, two parties are opposing each other by proposing reforms who confront each other. Aurélien Pradié accuses Elisabeth Borne of deceiving the French and disrespecting the Republicans.

                                                                                                                                              Source : Money Vox