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Ban for Sunday trade closer?
July 5, 2017   
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Janusz Sniadek
Poland may accelerate works on the bill banning retail trade on Sundays as the lower house committee for the project will now be headed by Janusz Sniadek, a long-term president of the Solidarnosc trade union, which authored the bill, the daily Rzeczpospolita reports.
A political decision is needed, which version of the bill to work on: the one banning trade on all Sundays or only two a month, Sniadek said. In his view, works on the legislation could restart in July, when two lower house sittings are yet planned.
The law could take effect as of 2018, he believes. Meanwhile, a group of employers and retail organizations has appealed to the Labor Ministry to guarantee employees two free Sundays a month instead of banning trade altogether, all dailies report.
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