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PM Ponta, on military pensions: There aren’t special pensions, it is a system implemented in all NATO states

Prime Minister Victor Ponta on Wednesday said that the draft law on state pensions for military adopted by the Government today does not involve any special pensions, but a system implemented in all NATO countries for the military staff.

“It is a draft, there aren’t special pensions, it is a system implemented in all NATO countries for the military staff. It has some specific conditions to their activity, it was drawn up by a quite large team coordinated by Deputy Prime Minister Oprea, it concerns the army, the other militarised institutions. The first notified Chamber is the Senate. From our point of view, it is an older promise so we should have to always fix, to mend the things done wrong in 2010. It is a very clear law ensuring stability and predictability for those who have a career which is not at all easy, the military career, in a context such as current-day Romania, when we must really take these things very seriously,” Ponta said at the Palace of Parliament.

The Government on Wednesday approved the draft law on state pensions for military, the document going to be forwarded to Parliament for approval.

Its objective was that of reconfirming the system of state pensions for the military, in regards the special status of the military, soldiers and professional officers, policemen and the other employees in the defence, public order and national security system, shows an Interior Ministry (MAI) release remitted to Agerpres.

 

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