A reduced Christmas is over – but not the time cost of political gifts. She lives with the Transition to the election year only.
And the CSU plays with a new collection of ideas on social policy as a particularly original contribution by grabs Contradictory in a shiny case: it promises, to think in terms of pension policy finally to the children – and without any unpleasant consequence. Actually, the reminder to curb the spending of old - age provision not to overload future contribution-and tax-paying generations.
But the CSU to turn the thoughts easy. To demand instead of the Old waiver in favour of the young, is planning a new national retirement savings account for children, which would then pay out of the tax pot each year billions of dollars as a Foundation for their future pension.
But where will the money come from? If it is not of children and grandchildren, there would be only one way out left – to reduce the pensions of today's elderly, the financing of the "gift" to succeed. Hard to imagine, however, that the CSU wants to move in with a packet in the election campaign.Updated Date: 31 December 2020, 19:19