No one will stop us on Fornero reform

Will create many new jobs says deputy premier

(ANSA) - Rome, October 9 - Interior Minister Matteo Salvini on Tuesday said "nothing and no one" would stop the government overhauling the 2011 Fornero pension reform after both the bank of Italy and the IMF said it should not be touched.
    Salvini, the rightwing populist League leader who made scrapping the Fornero a key campaign pledge, said "on the Fornero reform nothing and no one will be able to stop us." The deputy premier said "we will go forward in a tranquil way, the economy will grow also thanks to the modification of the Fornero law, a work of social justice that will create many new jobs".
    The reform, which raied the retirement age to 67 for both sexes and left thousand s without a pension overnight, was implemented by 2011-2012 labour minister Elsa Fornero to help pull Italy back fom the brink of a sovereign-debt crisis in 2011.