“We cannot make a pension reform that is brutal”, warns Pierre Moscovici

“We cannot make a pension reform that is brutal”, warns Pierre Moscovici

The current system “is not balanced in a sustainable way”, estimates on franceinfo the first president of the Court of Auditors.

“We cannot make a pension reform that is brutal”, estimates Wednesday June 16 on franceinfo the first president of the Court of Auditors Pierre Moscovici, a reform is “Necessarily something concerted” between the State and the social partners.

“Emmanuel Macron is convinced that there is necessarily a part of consultation”, in view of this redesign, “It’s not up to us to say when or how”, assures Pierre Moscovici, refusing to arbitrate between legal retirement age or lower pensions. The current system “Is not balanced in a sustainable way, for demographic reasons. There is an asset for an inactive. ”

“We have to be very careful about fairness”, indicates the first president of the institution of the rue Cambon, estimating that the reform risks being “Spread over time”. Unions like the CFDT, or the employers, wanted the question of pensions to be arbitrated after the presidential election.