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Pensions : mps and senators already elected, even born after 1975, not to fail over as soon as 2025 in the universal system
Le Figaro

In the organic law on the pensions, the article 3 is addressed an important topic, that of the entrance of our elected deputies and senators in the new pension system universal.

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The initial version of the text specified that from January 2025, the deputies and senators who were born after January 1, 1975 basculeraient in the new system of universal pensions. But he will do nothing. Our parliamentarians do not fail over automatically as their fellow citizens in the new system.

An amendment that the majority has decided otherwise. Even for those who are born after January 1, 1975. According to the amendment, only "the deputies and senators took office for their first term as of January 1, 2022 are affiliated to the old-age insurance of the social security general regime, under the system of universal pension."

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To the senators, the number of elected officials born since 1975 is so low that this does not change large-thing. Except that future elected representatives of the senatorial elections of September 2020 will escape also to the new universal system of retirement even if they are born after 1975.

For the mps, if the peak birth years, this comes down to the fact that about 140 members, a quarter of mps, a large portion of whom are elected representatives of the majority, who were born after 1975, do not fail over automatically into the new system of retirement then they should have been.

What an exemplar of the elect ?

For the representatives of the nation, the impact is considerable, as they will retain a mode of calculation of pension benefits is very favourable. Despite recent reforms, their pension plan is broadly aligned with that of the public service, is more favorable than that of private employees.

The net amount of the pension of a member of parliament at the end of the 5 years of mandate currently stands at 665 euros net value (2019). The average pension paid is around 2700 euros per month.

According to a report in 2017 to the former member of parliament Alain Christian, the regime of the deputies is "largely in deficit since about 63 million euros, 40 million comes from a grant balance (taken from the budget of the national Assembly), representing a coverage rate similar to the special diet of the RATP or the SNCF (60 %)."

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Then, meet with parliamentarians, the good point is that all the members or newly elected senators from 2022, regardless of the year of their birth, including if they were born prior to 1975, will be in the new system. Either.

where in the world is the principle of the example of our elected representatives who vote the laws in the matter ? Why bring in the members of parliament and senators in a derogatory regime so that the principle is that of a universal system ?

This exception could be retoquée by the constitutional Council ? Probably not, because the amendment has a well-defined things : these are the offices of the Assembly and of the Senate, who are expected to provide, independently, the conditions of convergence of the deputies and senators who were born after 1975 to the new system of universal pension. Unless the offices of the national Assembly and the Senate decided otherwise. One can legitimately think that it's going to take a lot of time...

Le Figaro

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