Escrivá must raise the maximum pension by 20% more than the contributions to ensure equity in the system

Gonzalo D. VelardeCONTINUEMadrid Updated: 06/01/2022 20:38h

The government faces
second part of the reform
of pensions with the toughest measures still in the pipeline and at the expense of its negotiation with the social agents in the second half of the year, so we will have to wait to know the details of the pending points. However, the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration has already made progress in the documents sent to Brussels -both in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan and more recently in the National Reform Plan- the general lines of the measures to be intends to adopt in the field of pensions and social protection from 2023.

Recently, the European Commission pointed out to Spain in the working document for the country recommendations that it will be necessary to compensate in the second package of measures elements that compensate for the increase in spending that has resulted from the application of the first leg of the reform, mainly by
linking the revaluation of payments with the CPI

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