Amendments to the Law on Trade Bans on Sundays and Holidays, among other things because shops will not be able to convert postal offices – said PPSP Janusz Śniadek. On Tuesday, PiS representatives brought a draft amendment to the law on trade restriction on Sundays and Feasts.
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"The draft amendment is intended to prevent the Żabki stores from converting to post office," PiS MP Janusz Śniadek told PAP that the applicant's representative was. In the current law on trade ban on Sundays and Holidays, one of the exceptions that are not included in the ban is post office.
Śniadek said another amendment would have to cause not only the owner but also his family to sell on trading days.
As the representative pointed out, the draft also introduces several amendments that detail the previous definitions.
A comprehensive draft law amending the Trade Restrictions Act on Sundays and Holidays and some other days is not yet available in electronic version or has been printed.
Under the Act, which came into force on March 1st, Sunday trade is only allowed on the first and last Sundays of each month of 2018 (with the exception of). As of January 1, 2019, the provisions of the Law restricting trade on Sunday – the trade will be allowed one Sunday in the month – will last.
The law envisages a directory of 32 exemptions. The prohibition does not apply, among others in pastry shops, ice cream, liquid gas stations, florists, printing shops, post offices. To ban the ban on Sunday, there is a penalty of 1 thousand. PLN up to 100 thousand PLN, and with the constant abolition of the law – the limitation of freedom.