Duda confirms retirement age will be lowered

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President Andrzej Duda recently told the Polish Press Agency that he’s confident legislation will be passed by October of 2017 which will see Poland’s retirement age lower to 65 for men, and 60 for women. The current retirement age is 67 for both genders. “I’m hoping that Parliament meets its obligations and passes the law,” said Duda over the weekend.

The change in the age at which Poles become eligible to receive retirement benefits was a key promise in Duda’s campaign platform during the 2015 presidential election.

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