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French authorities announced a decree increasing the retirement age to 64

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The French government passed decrees to raise the retirement age to 64. The document will be valid for a number of selected professions.

The initiative will affect some “active officers” including firefighters, nurses and other field professionals. It will also affect “overactive officers”: police officers, prison guards and others.

The document leaves citizens the right to retire up to the age of 64, but the minimum age will be two years higher. The first employees will be able to leave the job at the age of 59, and the second at the age of 54.

Residents of the country are dissatisfied with what is happening, they continue to demand the abolition of the reform and the introduction of special regimes for certain categories of citizens. The French plan to take to the streets of the city on June 6.

Source: Riafan

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