Croatia - Unions oppose increase of pension age - April 30, 2018

The trade unions are opposing government plans on a pension reform in the second quarter of 2018 that will increase the pension age from 65 to 67 (see our March newsletter). The NHS union federation staged a rally at St. Mark Square between Government and Parliament Houses on 25 April 2018 to protest the proposed increase in pension age. Furthermore, the Unions of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia and the Association of Croatian Trade Unions announced a joint May 1 protest demanding amongst other things fairer wages and better working conditions and a dignified life for elderly citizens. The proposed pension reform is also part of the May 1 protest.

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