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Ultimatum for retirement

A deadline until Wednesday, February 10, for the presentation of proposals aimed at the final regulation of the retirement benefits of those hired after October 2011 in the public sector was given yesterday by PASYDY and educational organizations, without even ruling out taking measures if there is no satisfaction. .

The ultimatum, in essence, on the employer side was decided at a joint meeting of PASYDY, POED, OELMEK, OLTEK and the Cyprus Police Association at the PASYDY building, which ended with the issuance of a joint statement. Yesterday's decision confirms information that the organizations want to intensify their efforts to solve the problem, considering that the period is offered due to the upcoming parliamentary elections. The next steps of the five organizations will be decided the day after the expiration of the ultimatum they gave, ie on February 11. According to the announcement of the organizations PASYDY, OELMEK, POED, OLTEK and SAK in their joint meeting yesterday, they expressed their intense concern and concern for the prolonged delay in the solution of the pension problem that has been employed for 10 years. at a time when many of them have retired or are on the verge of retirement and are not part of any occupational retirement plan.

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“The five organizations, unanimously, reiterate their common position that all uninsured civil servants (permanent, permanent employees, contract / temporary trainers, police officers and security staff) must retroactively join the state pension plan and “This regulation is the most feasible, rational and fair solution,” the statement added. In view of the above, the five organizations “call on the employer side to submit by February 10, 2021 its specific proposals for a final solution to this long-standing issue and announce that they will meet again on February 11, 2021 to assess the situation and take the necessary decisions depending on developments “.

As we wrote again, the five organizations rejected the proposal of the Ministry of Finance for the establishment of a provident fund that would cover the affected civil servants and proposed the inclusion of those who have been appointed after 1.10.2011 in the existing Professional Pension Plan, a position they insist on.

It is noted that consultations on the same issue are held between YPOIK and the unions of the semi-public sector, with which there has long been an agreement to establish a welfare fund for “new entrants”.

Source: www.philenews.com

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