Some members of the parliament have ambiguity in the approved retirement age increase

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Some members of the parliament have ambiguity in the approved retirement age increase

Some members of the parliament consider the decision to increase the retirement age to be ambiguous.

Some members of the Islamic Consultative Assembly have criticized the institution’s decision regarding the increase in the retirement age, calling it ambiguous.

Ahmad Amirabadi Farahani is one of them, who told ILNA news agency that we requested the ambiguity to be resolved and we are trying to have another amendment made because it is ambiguous. Some say it has become 42 years old, while others say it has become 35 years old. I believe the decision is ambiguous and it needs to be corrected. Also today, Jafar Ghaderi, another representative of the Iranian parliament, said in the open session that the retirement age issue has not been raised in the Seventh Development Plan Commission and this decision has ambiguities that need to be returned to the session for further consideration.

Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, the Speaker of the Iranian Parliament, considers this decision irreversible in response to him.


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