Italian government drafts new pension age increase plan


ITALY - The Italian government today will present to parliament an amended law to increase female public servants pension age to 65 by 2012, as required by the European Commission.

According to the new plan, women working in the public sector will retire at 61 until December 31, 2011. From January 1, 2012 the retirement age will increase directly to 65 - which is the existing...

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