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Dyogo Oliveira: reform is indispensable to consolidate economic growth

social Security

On Twitter, Minister of Planning, Development and Management also defended the new rules of retirement as a way to eliminate privileges

The Minister of Planning, Development and Management, Dyogo Oliveira, evaluated on Monday (11) that the Social Security reform is "indispensable" to consolidate the resumption of growth and correct distortions of the social security system.

Through his Twitter account, the minister considered that the high spending on pensions and pensions is the great disarrangement factor in the public accounts and that the reform of the Pension Plan aims to solve this as well.

Commenting on the distortions of the current system, Oliveira pointed out that currently the majority of the population already retires from the age of 60 and only a portion that earns more retires earlier. "There is already a minimum age, but only for workers who retire by age, who are the ones who earn less. According to the current rules, the lower the salary, the higher the retirement age, "he commented.

With the adoption of a minimum age and transition rules, Welfare reform is considered essential to save the public accounts from a collapse in the coming years. Without it, economists and experts point to a scenario of declining economic growth and the maintenance of privileges of a portion of the civil service.

With the proposal of the Government of Brazil, private sector workers, public servants and politicians will follow the same rules, respecting a ceiling of R $ 5,500 to retire and without the possibility of accumulating benefits. For the most vulnerable workers nothing will change.

Source: Government of Brazil