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Solidarity against PiS
November 13, 2017   
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Piotr Duda
Poland's Solidarity trade unions bear a grudge against the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) over its unwillingness to adopt legislation banning trade on all Sundays and might consider leaving the Social Dialogue Council (the country's tripartite negotiation platform for the government, employers and unionists) in a sign of protest, the daily Rzeczpospolita writes, citing the Solidarity's leader Piotr Duda.
Solidarity will not give up lobbying for the introduction of a trade ban on all Sundays, the spokesperson Marek Lewandowski tells Rzeczpospolita.
The talks are still underway, however, and Solidarity might eventually agree for an interim two year period during which trade would be allowed on two Sundays per month, an option that is unofficially discussed among the unionists, a source within Solidarity reveals.
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