Justice workers protest against pension reform

Bnamericas Published: Saturday, June 28, 2003
Civil servants working at Brazil's judicial system decided to protest against the government's proposed public pensions reform by stopping work for two hours on June 8, local online news services reported. If approved in congress, the reform will limit government-funded pensions to 2,400 reais (US$856) a month. Currently civil servants receive pensions equal to their last salary no matter how high, as long as they were in the position for at least five years and working for the government for at least ten years. Brazil's top courts and the association of judges are among the strongest opponents to the reform.

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