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Bill: P.d.l. 01/4271 Youth Economic Stimulation Plan

Details

Submitted by[?]: Alleanza Verde Progressista - U.P.A.

Status[?]: debate

Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Description[?]:

Honourable Parliamentarians,

The current number of unemployed youth in Istalia is unnacceptable. Rural villages are quickly abandoned to be exchanged for the cities.thousands of young people are unemployed and fill their time with doing drugs, hanging on the streets and engaging in the criminal circuit. To promote youth employment in our economy, we need to lower the professional retirement age to encourage the elder labourers to retire earlier as a reward for their lifelong commitment to our economy. The vacant jobs of the retired can be filled with motivated and energetic young people, who will be able to live independantly and buy a place to live for themselves instead of living in with their parents untill their late twenties. This will stimulate the economy, just as grow the employment rate under Istalian youth that is cheaper to employ than elder labourers. I say let's give the elder participants in our economy the rest they deserve and the youth the opportunities they need.

Thank you,
Salandro Messina, AVP Labour Affairs Spokesperson

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date18:46:52, September 12, 2017 CET
FromConfederazione Capitalista
ToDebating the P.d.l. 01/4271 Youth Economic Stimulation Plan
MessageErardo Pula, Leader of C.C.

"This bill undoes great progress our nation has made towards heightening productivity in our workforce, and promoting fiscal solvency. Lowering the retirement age may be good for attracting votes, but it burdens future generations to pay for our current and soon-to-be retirees.

Furthermore, it is a known fact that the older an individual is, the more productive her or she can be. This, of course, doesn't apply to manufacturing jobs, but by the time an individual is 65, he or she typically is working in a management position of some sort. This bill is disastrous, and I urge L.P. and A.I. to remember our parties' recent effort to raise the retirement age."

Date20:17:59, September 12, 2017 CET
FromFronte Radicale
ToDebating the P.d.l. 01/4271 Youth Economic Stimulation Plan
MessageRajab Al-Farra, FR Deputy Leader

We cannot allow ourselves to reduce the retirement age of our citizens who, as we all know, live longer and longer... To have a healthy economy, we must keep this harmful compromise, even if we would prefer to lift the age up, which we know wouldn't get wider support.

Date22:08:46, September 12, 2017 CET
From Alternativa Istaliana
ToDebating the P.d.l. 01/4271 Youth Economic Stimulation Plan
MessageFranco Ricollo, AI Leader,

This bill would achieve the contrary, as the youth would have to pay for more retirees. We cannot put this burden on their shoulders. Honorable Mr. Al Farra, we would gladly suppoet increasing the retirement age if you would propose it.

Thank you.

Date22:22:50, September 12, 2017 CET
FromHizb Altahaluf/Partito dell'Alleanza
ToDebating the P.d.l. 01/4271 Youth Economic Stimulation Plan
MessageIstalian citizens are living longer and healthier lives now than before, so there is no case for reducing the retirement age. There is also the problem that we are already in a situation where not enough citizens have made provision for their retirement. To put it bluntly, reducing the retirement age would be too expensive. There is more of a case for an increase than a reduction.

Abdul El-Ghazzawi

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