Swedish pensions system referendum, 1957
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- Employees would have the right to supplement their pension in proportion with earnings whilst working and linked to the 15 years in which they had the highest income. The value of the pension would guaranteed by the government. Those earning income via other means, such as business owners, would have the right to sign up to voluntary supplementary pensions whose value would also be guaranteed by the government.
- All income earners would have the right to sign up for voluntary pension supplements, whose value would be guaranteed by the government.
- All income earners would have the right to sign up for voluntary pension supplements, and changes would be made to legislation to ensure their value is maintained without government involvement. The supplements would be open to collective and individual agreements.
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
- Nohlen & Stöver, p. 1858
- Nohlen & Stöver, p. 1863