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Jean-Paul Delevoye, High Commissioner for pensions: "In the law that I propose, pensions will not fall"

2019-11-15T18:55:36.803Z

The high commissioner for pensions defended on Europe 1 his reform project, claiming that in a universal system points, "pensions will not decline". & Nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp;



The High Commissioner for pensions defended his reform project on Europe 1, saying that in a universal point system, "pensions will not fall".

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A week after his reframing by the Prime Minister and the President of the Republic after his release against the "clause of the grandfather" option to apply the pension reform to only new entrants, the High Commissioner for pensions Jean-Paul Delevoye plays the unit on the subject. Invited by the Grand Journal of the evening , the architect of the reform sought to specify its nature and objectives, starting with what seems to worry the most citizens: the amount of pensions. "In the law that I propose, pensions will not fall," he says.

Source: europe1

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