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The Second Part: The Application of the Retirement Pension

Article (19): The insured party is eligible for a retirement pension in one of the following cases:
1) When the insured party has completed (35) thirty five years of enrollment.
2) If the insured party has retired in according with his request after he completes (30) thirty years of enrollment for a man and (25) twenty five for a woman no matter what the insured party age is.
3) If the insured party has retired in according to his request after a man has complete (25) twenty five years of enrollment and being at the age of (50) fifty and a woman has completed (20) twenty years of enrollment and has reached (46) forty six of age.
4) The insured party shall be retired if a man has reached the age of (60) sixty years and his enrollment is (15) fifteen years and if a woman has reached the age of (55) fifty five years and the period of her enrollment is completed (10) ten years.
5) If the insured party has completed (25) twenty five years of enrollment and his service come to an end with a punishment decision or legislative rule.
6) In case of the insured party has lost his body capability as a result of work-related injury and a complete permanent disability occurred as a result, supported by a certificate from the competent medical party whatever his enrollment was.
7) In case of the insured party has lost his body capability as a result of non-work-related injuries and a complete permanent disability has occurred supported by a certificate issued by the competent medical party no matter what a reason has caused that and no matter what period of enrollment is.
8) When the insured party dies for any reason was, and whatever his period of enrollment is.
Article (20): The retirement shall be mandatory in the following cases:
A) Upon reaching the insured party age of (60) sixty years for a man and age of (55) fifty five years for a woman.
B) Completion of subjected persons with the provisions of this law a period of enrollment for (35) thirty five years entirely.

Article (21): If the employment of the insured party has come to an end with conditions other than what has been described in article (19) the insured party is eligible to receive Lump-Sum payment in accordance with article (24) of this law, and shall have a payment with the following conditions:
1) Being out of in action insurance laws.
2) Immigration of the insured party out of the Republic.
3) Resignation of the insured party for accompaniment of the immigrated husband or for taking care of the family or due to the marriage.
Article (22): It might be possible with a recommendation from the Prime Minister in coordination between the Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms and the Authority to employ with a contract or re-employ of the retired person if he is able to work and the necessity of need for him, for a maximum period of five years taking into consideration the following:
A) If his retirement was accomplished after he has completed (35) thirty five years of enrollment he might be eligible to receive both new wage and his pension fee and contributions shall not be deducted from his wage by this law and he is not entitled for his later employment any fiscal pensions under the provisions of this law.
B) If the later employment period for the insured party has been included to equalize of his retirement pension before being returned to his work less than (35) thirty five years, contributions share shall be deducted from his new wage as specified in article (10) and employer shall bear his share of contributions as specified in article (9) of this law until the period of employment totaled to be (35) thirty five years or being reached the mandatory age of retirement, either one is the nearest. Payment of pension shall not continue to be paid when the employee return to the service of employment and re-instatement of his pension fund for the new employment period and both pensions shall include the result of the previous pension but shall not be totaled more than the latest basic wage.
 


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The Third Chapter: The Financial Provisions for the Injured Person

The Sixth Chapter: The Eligible for Retirement Pensions and Indemnities

The Seventh Chapter: General Rules

The Eighth Chapter: Penalties

The Ninth Chapter: Final Provisions

The First Part: The First Chapter

The Second Chapter: Sources of Fund Financing

The Third Chapter: Retirement, Disability and Survivor Insurance

The Forth Chapter: Calculation of Retiree Salary and Lump-Sum

The Fifth Part: Health Care and Work-related Injuries - First Chapter: Work-related Injuries

The Second Chapter: Health Insurance

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