The implementation of a age pivot below which it will not be possible to leave with a pension at the full rate always hangs up. According to a survey, 66% of French people are opposed to it. But 65% of those surveyed remain in favor of the deletion of the 42 existing schemes, including the special regimes. Users of the Figaro give their point of view.see also : The pension reform will she push the French to the cap?
Pierre T, it is completely absurd to draw back the age of starting two seniors on three can't even finish their career. It would be preferable to address this issue primarily. Unless the idea is to casualize it more..." Jean-Louis D denounces "a reform is unfair. Our seniors fought and sacrificed so that we have retreats correct. The funding is rather to look on the side of the ultra-rich and giants of the economy."
To Frances P, age pivot "is not the most serious. It is the tree that hides the forest, because the retirement points follows the economy of the country!". Thierry and F think that it should be that "the government reviews outright any reform. They consider otherwise than by way of its old reflexes.
"Why France could afford to retire three years earlier?"
According to Perrine G, it is necessary to be realistic: "We can't be the exception. The French do they know at what age it is possible to retire to our european neighbours? Even in Switzerland, a country among the richest in the world, the age of retirement is 65 years. Why France could afford to retire three years earlier?"
John G believes that"there are not 36 000 solutions. It may be necessary to increase contributions, it may be necessary to reduce the pensions or raising the age of starting. Prior to 1982, the retirement age was set at 65 years. At the time, the life expectancy was lower with a number of assets significantly higher than the number of retirees. This is no longer the case today, and will be less in the coming years".