Poland - Ban on Sunday shopping proposed - March 31, 2016

Trade union Solidarity has proposed a ban on Sunday shopping and related businesses. The trade union is launching a signature collecting campaign with the aim of initiating relevant legislation on the matter. The idea of a ban on Sunday shopping has encountered mixed opinions among politicians, employers and employees, alike. The president of the Private Employers Confederation ‘Lewiatan’ is not in favour of the measure proposed by the union and considers that is better to give people a free choice and not force anyone to work on Sundays but at the same time not forbid it.

English: http://www.thenews.pl/1/6/Artykul/244278,Shopping-to-be-banned-on-Sundays …  

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