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You’ll be surprised! How much does a retired member each month?

In 1.595.114 per month is the amount of money…pay the Public for the parliamentary pensions this includes retro-active returns, and αυξήσειςΣτα 1.595.114 per month is the amount paid by the Public for the parliamentary pensions this includes retro-active returns, and increases after the recent decision of the Coe which held as illegal the cuts to retired members.In accordance with information submitted in the House by deputy Finance minister Giorgos Χουλιαράκης, the average monthly pension for the former members amounts to about 2.100 euro gross.In particular, it is stated that the beneficiaries of the parliamentary pension (members and surviving family members of those) is a total of 753, and the reduction who have undergone reaches 60%, after the application of 1/1/2013 to the provisions of the law 4093/2012, which provides for cuts of 20% if the pensioner receives a second pension from any carrier or by 30% if it takes a third pension.However, pursuant to the answer Χουλιαράκη those who acquire the status of a member of the 12/11/2012 and then not have the right to a pension.”Of 1/1/2013 all apply to all pensioners of the Public and relating to the passage of the pension (by 70%), or of the suspension of payment, if the pensioners working in the Public or in the wider Public sector, and for the retired members. That is, if the retired member works in the broader public sector, the pension will be cut by 70%, or if retired for.x. FACULTY member, elected Member before the date of publication of the law 4093/2012, then you will have to suspend the pension that he receives from the Public as a member of the FACULTY”, adds the deputy minister of Finance.Source

In 1.595.114 per month is the amount of…
pay the Public for the parliamentary pensions this includes retro-active returns, and increases
In 1.595.114 per month is the amount paid by the Public for the parliamentary pensions this includes retro-active returns, and increases after the recent decision of the Coe which held as illegal the cuts to retired members.
In accordance with information submitted in the House by deputy Finance minister Giorgos Χουλιαράκης, the average monthly pension for the former members amounts to about 2.100 euro gross.
In particular, it is stated that the beneficiaries of the parliamentary pension (members and surviving family members of those) is a total of 753, and the reduction who have undergone reaches 60%, after the application of 1/1/2013 to the provisions of the law 4093/2012, which provides for cuts of 20% if the pensioner receives a second pension from any carrier or by 30% if it takes a third pension.
However, pursuant to the answer Χουλιαράκη those who acquire the status of a member of the 12/11/2012 and then not have the right to a pension.
“Of 1/1/2013 all apply to all pensioners of the Public and relating to the passage of the pension (by 70%), or of the suspension of payment, if the pensioners working in the Public or in the wider Public sector, and for the retired members. That is, if the retired member works in the broader public sector, the pension will be cut by 70%, or if retired for.x. FACULTY member, elected Member before the date of publication of the law 4093/2012, then you will have to suspend the pension that he receives from the Public as a member of the FACULTY”, adds the deputy minister of Finance.
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