Chile Vamos criticized the Minister of Labor, Jeannette Jara after she blamed the coalition for not reaching agreements on pension matters. The bloc reaffirmed its availability for dialogue. However, they emphasize that free will is something that cannot be taken for granted.
the Minister of Labor, Jeannette Jara, directly targeted the opposition who had not reached an agreement about pensions.
“If there is no pension reform here, it is because they are not available to discuss a specific agreement,” Jara said in an interview with Mega.
For its part, Chile Vamos insists that the demands of the population must be listened to, protecting the freedom of choice as an uncompromising point, as well as allowing the funds to be inherited.
The deputy of the National Renewal and member of the Labor Commission, Frank Sauerbaum, accused the Government of “blackmailing” pensioners with the proposal to change it.
Let’s remember that the incessant and failed attempts to reach agreements are what motivated the Government to postpone the pension discussion after the Constitutional Plebiscite last December.
Because of this, the deputy and president of Christian Democracy, Alberto Undurraga, opposed this, pointing out that it was necessary for the Government to immediately present the signs to Congress.
For his part, the UDI parliamentarian, Henry Leal, stated that it is the responsibility of the Government to make a good agreement, reiterating that the disposition of the right exists.
According to the latest Black and White survey, when asked about postponing the pension reform debate, 59% said they disagreed. Meanwhile, 82% consider that the processing of pension reform is very urgent.