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Merkel – We have a pension concept until 2030 News

Saturday, September 9th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

Berlin / Reutlingen (Reuters) – Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel has reproached the accusation that the union will move into the Bundestag election without a pension concept. "We have a pension concept until 2030," she said on Saturday at the congress of the CDU in Reutlingen, Baden-Württemberg. The difference between the SPD and the SPD is that it would adopt the jointly agreed concept of pension at 67. This provides for a gradual increase in the retirement age to 67 years up to the year 2029. The CDU chairman said that the SPD knew very well that the development of the future pension benefits through the good employment situation is now much better than expected in 2006 to discuss the impending decline in pension levels and poverty. "Ultimately, a change will be made at the expense of the future generation." Federal Labor Minister Andrea Nahles had made the current pension level of 48 percent of the last income a condition for future coalitions. Merkel did not enter into a pension at 70. In the TV duel with SPD chancellor candidate Martin Schulz, she had ruled out that the Union is striving for this goal. The CSU has also declared that in the coming legislature period it does not want to shake the age of retirement at 67 years. However, after the Bundestag election, the Union wants to set up a pension committee, which is to consider the long-term safeguarding of the pension system. The SPD accuses the Union of wanting to increase the retirement age. Federal Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) expressed his opinion in the "Rheinische Post" that a possible increase in the age limit for the future could not be ruled out. But in the foreground is now the introduction of the pension from 67 to 2030. "That is why we are not now going into a public battle over what should happen after that," said the finance minister. The deputy SPD chairman Manuela Schwesig declared, in the face of the statements of the finance minister, Merkel's No to the pension with 70 "simply unbelievable". "The never ending debate within the CDU to raise the retirement age is cynical and de facto a hidden pension reduction," said Schwesig. With the SPD there would be no pension with 70.


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