The deputy LR de Oise and chairman of the finance committee of the National Assembly denounces on franceinfo the delays “between 30 and 40 years” before the abolition of the special regimes.
“In five presidents of the Republic, we will have deleted” special diets, “it’s a joke”, criticized Eric Woerth, LR deputy for Oise and chairman of the finance committee of the National Assembly on Tuesday February 18 on franceinfo while the pension reform continues to be debated in the National Assembly.
“We Republicans have chosen to have an alternative reform, another pension reform, which takes much more direct routes: abolition of special regimes, constitution of a universal regime”, explains LR deputy from Oise. Measures, according to Eric Woerth, “not at all” planned as such by the government. He denounces delays “Between 30 and 40 years” before the abolition of special regimes.
“This text is an iceberg”
“We want a universal diet. We said it in 2010, so it does not date from today. We want a universal system, but just at a social security ceiling, that is to say around 40,000 euros. Then, above, we must have autonomous regimes ”, commented Eric Woerth, while denouncing “Unbearable transition delays” and “An incredible number of parameters” in the government bill. “This text is an iceberg, there is more below than above, it is normal that we do not understand anything”, he commented.