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Pension insurance  |  September 24, 2012 11:10:05

President Klaus vetoed the legislation on premiums for pension savings

PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - President Vaclav Klaus on Monday vetoed the so-called pension reform laws, for example, introducing the second pillar of the pension system. Klaus on veto informed through a letter boss Deputies Miroslava Nemcova (ODS), a similar reform amendment would not it be "forcefully pushed through."

"With the change in the pension system from completely disagree for reasons other than the parliamentary opposition. Their reasons I have explained many times," he said at the beginning of the letter Klaus. "Last year I was the previous laws relating to changes in the pension system ... his signature connected. Due to obstruction of opposition then I did these laws directly Deputies returned. Nowadays, however, a situation where his position on the proposed changes must express clearly," he added.

Pension reform, according to the head of state a fundamental change in the social system, which has a long term effect and affects every citizen. Therefore, its contents, preparation and implementation require at widest consensus: "In this case, such a consensus in the scientific sphere, in the political arena and in society does not exist."

Klaus pointed out that the government's pension reform proposal rejected in the House and Senate with him managed to approve only a very narrow majority the current government coalition.

"Punching Power key changes this Parliament does not give good prospects for its long-term sustainability and stability conditions for the next possible political constellations. Government pension reform project, in particular the creation of the so-calledsecond pillar, ie individual voluntary pension savings in private funds, it is proposed to start at a time when the financial crisis has exposed the risk and undermined the confidence in the long-term collective investment when similar systems in the world and especially in the countries around us got into a severe crisis and are re- nationalization or significantly modified and the overall economic situation and the outlook is not particularly favorable, "explained the President its opinion.

In such a situation, it is said to start gambling reform with confidence of citizens, the stability of the pension system and public and private finance. It is difficult to estimate, according to Klaus and the effects of the introduction of the second pillar of the pension system running today, and where is the next decades will be how the current generation of pensioners, a new generation of those who are approaching retirement age, fully dependent.

"It will deepen the deficit. Financing him further and further raising taxes is not acceptable. Therefore consider it necessary to MPs these circumstances again discussed thoroughly," said Klaus.

Philip Nachtmann,

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