I do not quite understand why the ICC is opposed to the pension reform. Is it not in the interest of the proletariat to have similar living conditions in its relationship with the bourgeoisie?
In fact, having a homogenous pension system on a European scale would be even better.
The centralization of the calculation of this "deferred salary", which is pensions, reduces the administrative expenses.
How does the ICC want pensions to be managed? If there was a revolution, how would the ICC manage the payment of pensions? It would keep 42 pension plans? And internationally, the ICC wants to keep the thousands of pension systems that exist around the world?