PM Orban: CCR showed it doesn't want justice in retirement system

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said that, through the decision regarding special pensions, the Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) showed that "it doesn't want justice to exist in the retirement system." "Through this decision, the Constitutional Court showed that it doesn't want justice to exist in the retirement system, that it seeks to maintain a privileged system of calculating pensions for

Orban says 2020 budget provides for amounts to increase pensions, salaries, according to legislation

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said Monday that the draft budget for next year provides for the amounts needed to increase pensions from September 1, according to the pension law, but also for salary increases, provided for in the law of unitary pay.

Greece has EU’s 2nd lowest working rate in 55-64 age group

Just four in every 10 Greeks (41.1 percent) aged from 55 to 64 years are active in the labor market, with the employment rate of men and women in this age group being the second lowest in the European Union, behind Luxembourg, according to statistics for 2018 released on Monday by Eurostat.