The proposal on a lower retirement age for people with many years in the labour market has created fierce debate at Christiansborg.
S-the proposal was also a central theme, as the two profiles from the Castle - Mattias Tesfaye (S) and Joachim B. Olsen (LA) - met in a duel at the Ekstra Bladet TV on attrition and the retirement age.
Here, the Joachim B. Olsen did not hide that he is not the great supporter of the principles behind The proposals.
- We must hold fast to the principles of the system today. If you have health problems, it can give you the opportunity to get out of the labour market in a flexible job, on disability pension, on the seniorførtidspension, where one takes a starting point in your health. Your retirement and the state pension is based on your age, it sounded from the Joachim B. Olsen, who continued:
- It is a healthy principle, we have in Denmark, which enables us to have a robust pension system, where we take point of departure in the individuals, when it comes to health. It is, as the Social democrats will introduce, is the kind of thing you have in Southern europe, where it is on the basis of how long you have been in the labour market, or quite intangible - industries. The type of pension systems is not particularly well-functioning.
Then played Extra the Magazine's editor-in-chief, Poul Madsen, the ball on to the Tesfaye:
- Mattias Tesfaye, is it not you who breathed into a problem, which is not particularly large?
- It is not my experience. My experience is rather, that I the last two-three weeks never before have received so many inquiries about a single question, it sounded from from.
Here you can bl.a. get answers on what the role of the Joachim B. Olsen believes that people's lifestyles play in the discussion of attrition.
You can also hear Mattias Tesfaye reply on whether the party has found enough money to help the run-down to an earlier pension.