Sunday, June 12, 2016

Sahlin applying for a minister’s pension – can receive SEK 3.5 million – Metro

Former S leader Mona Sahlin resigned in early May that the government’s national coordinator against violent extremism. The background is Expressen disclosure that Sahlin certified that the employees earned more than he did.

Sahlin has also left the mission in Systembolaget’s Board of Directors and the health company Iris. Now, Mona Sahlin, who is 59 years old, applied for a minister’s pension under the National Pensions Board (SPV). Prime pension, she can, if granted, obtain until she turns 65.

►LÄS MORE: Mona Sahlin resigns after Expressen disclosure

Sahlin can receive a total of 3,574,252 crowns until she turns 65. This year she SPV under a pension of 41,656 crowns per month, writes Expressen .

Then, the pension will be 54 711 SEK per month until, according to the newspaper. The amount may be affected by other income.

There are a number of former ministers who have or is applied to the income guarantee , for example, Lena Adelsohn-Liljeroth (M) and Göran Hägglund (KD). According to Aftonbladet took Hagglund out the full cabinet minister’s pension of 61,334 crowns a month despite being in March, four new jobs.

– I am about to switch from long time in politics to manage on my own legs, commented Hagglund then to Aftonbladet .

SPV makes a consideration of the cabinet ministers who sought an income guarantee and after age 65 get ex-ministers pension under the ordinary rules depending on what they done throughout life.


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