Jan 03, 2020 0 comment

The Reforms of the General Pension Scheme: Evidence From the Tunisian Health Insurance Fund

Mbarek Rahmoun1*+ and Bouri Amira2

1* King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah Saudi Arabia. 1+University of Carthage, Tunisia.

2ESSEC Business School of Tunisia
Corresponding author email: mbarekrahmoun@yahoo.fr


Received: 06/10/2019

Accepted: 24/11/2019

ABSTRACT:This paper describes the recent Tunisian reform and available options on major issues within this reform framework A country’s economic growth and political stability are two very important factors in the smooth running of an economy. Tunisia stands crippled by a climate of economic uncertainty. This has led the economy to suffer very serious collateral damage. Supply and demand seem to be affected, weakening all macroeconomic balances. The National Pension and Social Security Fund known as the CNRPS is in a critical situation and raises many fundamental and complex questions, which have been the subject of an ongoing hot debate. The objective of this study was to analyse and describe the reform of the general pension scheme and health insurance fund in Tunisia. The reform of the general pension scheme and health insurance fund is among the first in Africa countries. In order to find the best possible evidence, this was a review of online grey literature on regulatory approaches to reform the national pension and Social Security Fund known as the CNRPS and propose solutions related to the general pension system. The whole working career is the basis for the pension and the benefit drawn at a given age. Tunisian health insurance as CNRPS organization should robust retirement income system that delivers good benefits.

KEYWORDS:Health Insurance, General Pension, Reform, Contribution Rate, Retirement, Revision of Pension