Monday , January 17 2022

Śniadek: Shops will not be able to excuse post offices


The amendment to the Act prohibits trading on Sundays and on vacation, among others, causes shops will not be able to excuse post offices – MPS MP Janusz Śniadek told PAP. On Tuesday, the deputies of PiS came into a draft reform to the act on restricting trade on Sundays and holidays.

"The intention of the draft amendment is to stop Żabki shops from pretending to be a post office," said PiS MP Janusz Śniadek at PAP, the candidate's representative. In the current law on the ban on Sunday and holiday trading, one of the exceptions that have not included in the ban is post offices.

Śniadek said that another amendment should cause not only the owner but his family will also be able to sell on trade days.

As the MP noted, the draft also presents a number of improvements that detail the previous definitions.

The reformed parliamentary parliamentary act does not restrict trade on Sundays and public holidays and some other days are not yet available in an electronic version, and there has been no print number.

In accordance with the Act, which came into force on March 1, Sunday trading is only allowed on Sundays and Sundays every month 2018 (with exceptions). From 1 January 2019, the provisions of the Act restricting Sunday trading will be tightened – trade will be allowed one Sunday in a month – the last one.

The Act provides for a catalog of 32 exclusions. The exclusion does not apply, among others in confectionery, ice cream shops, liquid petrol stations, florists, press shops, post offices. For breaking the trade ban on Sunday there is a penalty of 1,000. PLN to 100 thousand PLN, and with constant breakdown of law – penalty restriction of liberty.

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