How should pensions be paid if retirees are sentenced?
Answer: If a retiree is sentenced to detention, fixed-term imprisonment or higher, the basic pension will be suspended during the period of serving the sentence, and after the expiration of the sentence, the basic pension will continue to be paid according to the standard before serving, and the basic pension adjustment will be made later. Retirees who have been sentenced to control, sentenced to probation and suspended from prison, may continue to receive basic pensions, but do not participate in the adjustment of basic pensions. During the period when a retiree is wanted for suspected crime or has not been convicted in custody, his basic pension is suspended. If the court acquits him, the basic pension during the wanted or detained period will be replaced.