Govt Preparing Back Up Plan in Case of Pension Reform Failure

Ljubljana, 4 May - Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Ivan Svetlik has said that a failure to implement pension reform would be associated with direct annual costs of EUR 300m to the state, which will have to be made up with austerity measures. This has been branded as fear-mongering by trade unions.

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