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Currently, there is no minimum age to retire in Brazil as a public sector worker for those who have contributed to the Social Security System for at least 35 years. But those who have not contributed for that long can only retire after the age of 65 (if male) or 60 (if female).For this question to be resolved as "Yes", a Constitutional Amendment Project must be approved by Brazil's Senate and House of Representatives byb June 30, 2019, with changes to article 7 of the Constitution. Those changes must include at least one of the following: 1) a raise in the minimum age for retiring as a public sector worker for those with less than 35 years of contribution; or 2) the establishment of a minimum age for retirement, regardless of how many years one might have contributed to the system, that is greater to 60 years of age for women, or 65 years for men.

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