The CEOE has taken a few hours to react to the plan announced this Thursday by the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, about the generation of baby boomers and their future access to a pension that will be settled between increasing the years of work or facing cuts in it.

“Given the confusion generated by the unfortunate statements made by Minister Escrivá in relation to the pension adjustments of the baby boom generation, the same day that the agreement on the first part of the reform was signed of pensions, CEOE and CEPYME want to clarify that This claim is not part of the agreement reached nor is it shared“, assure the industralists in a communiqué.

“CEOE and CEPYME want to clarify that said claim is not part of the agreement reached nor is it shared”

“The definition of the new sustainability factor, replacing the current one, which has been subject to future negotiation, must be based on equity and intergenerational solidarity, avoiding, in any case, that the sustainability of the system falls on only a few generations“, they add.


Escrivá advanced this Thursday that the implementation of the new intergenerational equity mechanism will mean for the “baby boom” generation (born from the late 1950s to the mid-1970s) “a small adjustment in his pension”.

In an interview on TVE, the minister explained that this generation, “baby boomers”, is “wider” and must assume “some of the effort what must be done to moderate pension spending during a specific period of time “.


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