The way to return retrospectively to retirees who suffered severe cuts from June 2013 to EFCA lost its first appeal for a first instance ruling in favor of NAT pensionerswhile, at the same time, the courts are also returning reductions, in addition to those deemed unconstitutional State Council (CoE).
According to an exclusive report of the newspaper "Free Press of Sunday" there are already three final judgments, which, on merit, bring them up and down with respect to the design of the government's economic body in terms of performance retroactive.
The three judicial decisions on retrospective
The first decision (1296/2018) was received by the Administrative Court of Appeals of Piraeus and the High Court rejected the appeal brought by EFCA in a lower court decision which was granted to NAT pensioners. The latter demanded that they be returned retroactively by deductions made by Law 4093 to the principal and auxiliary pensions, but also to the gifts that were also cut.
The second decision (1840/2018) was taken by Diikitiko Protodike Piraeus and becomes unprecedented: for the first time, the court of first instance annuls the 7% cut that was imposed on NAT pensions from 01/01/2012 for the protection of the Fund's reserves , not by law, but by ministerial decision.
The third decision (17563/2018) It comes from the Public Prosecutor's Office in Athens, which – and with retroactive effect – justified a mass action brought by pensioners of TAP – OTE for the cuts in the income of pensioners.