The Czech and Slovak Federal Republic
of 30 March 2004. November 1990
on the special retirement some of the miners
The Government of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic directs pursuant to § 176
(a). a) and b) of Act No. 100/1988 Coll. on social security (hereinafter referred to as
(1) this regulation lays down the conditions for the provision of the retirement bonus
retired citizens who engaged in selected employment in mining, were
employed for at least 25 years old and have reached the age of 50 years. December 2000.
(2) the selected jobs in the mining industry for the purposes of this regulation,
means of employment and work in the mining industry with the permanent category
the workplace under the ground in deep mines ^ 1) listed under Nos 1 to 7 and 11
in annex 2 of the regulation of the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.
114/1988 Coll., on employment and the spooling I and II. work category
for the purposes of retirement security.
(3) during the period of employment and work in the mining industry with the permanent category
the workplace under the ground in the deep mines for the purposes of this regulation,
and the period of employment), referred to in paragraph 2 and
(b)) the time referred to in § 18 para. 3 of the Act and section 5 para. 1 (b). a) to (f))
Regulation of the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic No. 117/1988 Coll.
If they are surrounded by a period of employment referred to in paragraph 2.
(1) a citizen referred to in § 1 (1). 1 is entitled to an old-age pension if
He was employed at least) 15 years in selected occupations in the mining industry,
(b)) has reached its maximum exposure to ^ 2), and
(c) the performance of selected work) ended in mining to 31. March 1991.
(2) a citizen referred to in § 1 (1). 1 is entitled to an old-age pension also,
He was employed at least) 10 years in selected occupations in the mining industry
in the uranium mines,
(b)) has exceeded the maximum possible exposure to ^ 2) and
(c) the performance of selected work) ended in mining in the uranium mines in the
December 31, 1990 in connection with a reduction in the maximum permitted
exposure. ^ 2)
Citizen referred to in § 1 (1). 1 to 31. March 1991 did not satisfy the condition
provided for in § 2 (2). 1 (b). and) or (b)), shall be entitled to a retirement pension,
If you fulfill the condition and ended up missing the performance of selected work
in the mining industry to 31. December 1992.
If a citizen referred to in § 1 (1). 1 when the conditions referred to in section
2 or § 3 again to perform selected employment in mining, are entitled to
old-age pension in accordance with this regulation, he shall not arise or ceases to exist,
and from the first day of the performance of such work.
For the amount of the retirement pension in accordance with this Regulation shall be added to the obtained
period of employment period from the date a pension to the age of 55 years
as a period of employment III. work category.
If a citizen of the conditions laid down for entitlement to a retirement pension under the
This regulation before 1 January 2002. in January 1991, his entitlement to this pension
on 1 January 2004. January 1991.
Organizations that employ or employed workers in the
of selected occupations in the mining industry, are required to ensure the management and
submission of records of facts relevant for entitlement to an old-age
pension under this regulation on the prescribed form; in the case of
old-age pension to which entitlement has accrued under this regulation on 1 January 2003.
January 1991, the organization is required to do so by 31 March. January
This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. January 1991.
Čalfa in r.
1) § 14 para. 2 (a). and) Act No. 100/1988 Coll., on social
2) § 4 paragraph 2. 1 of law No 98/1987 Coll., on the special contribution of the miners,
as amended by law No 160/1989 Coll.