retire at 62 - a new law the Italian government makes it possible. The rush of willing early retirees is large, however, according to experts, the law fails of its desired effect and is also expensive.
Giuseppe Alvaro makes in these days of Overtime. For many years, he is the Valle pension Advisor to the trade Union CGIL in the Roman district of Prima. Such a rush but he has not yet experienced. At least five times as many as usual came, he says. "As some of the can only on Saturday, I'm now also on this day, the appointments, although we are normally closed on Saturdays."
to blame for the state of emergency in Italy's pension consulting is one of the most controversial decisions of the government. A month ago, the populist has most coalition Five star movement and Lega decided to the pension law, "rate 100". It allows all the employees to go with 62 years in pensions if you have worked for at least 38 years - 62 plus 38 results rate of 100.