Sulík will not buy fresh rolls during the holidays even after the elections

Stores in Slovakia are likely to remain closed during the holidays and after the February parliamentary elections. The SaS party is the only one to push for the lifting of the sales ban during the holidays.

“We will lift the ban on opening shops during the holidays,” she told
Liberia spokeswoman Katarína Svrčeková. He has the opposite opinion
coalition PS / Together, as well as the parties We are family and For the people that would open
shops on holidays were no longer possible.

He will probably stay free for the holidays

“We will keep the sale ban. The holidays are and should be an opportunity to
rest, or surviving the holiday in the spirit of tradition, “she said for
SITA agency, expert of the party For People on Social Policy of Vladimír
Marcinková. The We are a family party shares the same opinion.

“We are of the opinion that keeping the sales ban during the holidays is on
place. People are used to it and in any case it has a positive effect on how it works
families on days off, “the press confirmed to SITA
party department We are a family. People around Boris Kollár are pushing for
citizens have not been deprived of any social benefits they have acquired for
current or previous governments.

Guarantor of the PS / Spol coalition for social and family policy Jozef Mihál for
SITA confirmed that the ban on sales in stores during the holidays change
do not plan. “KDH proposed a restriction on sales on Sunday. We are worth it
employees and their families were able to spend Sunday together, “he says
for SITA, Eva Gray, Member of the KDH Board. Exceptions would, according to her
could have small family businesses and services that are also needed in
holiday. Page A good choice on the question of the SITA agency, whether
maintain in force the cancellation of sales in shops during the holidays,
did not express it directly.

The shops have been closed for three years

He approved the closing of stores during the sixteen holidays of the year
Parliament in March 2017. During the 15 holidays, shops remain from May 2017
closed all day, December 24 is prohibited retail sales after
12:00. For the draft amendment to the Labor Code, which will join the parliament together
presented by the group of deputies for the coalition parties Smer-SD, SNS and Most-Híd,
at that time, 114 legislators voted. In addition to coalition MPs, this proposal
also supported by deputies for OĽaNO, ĽSNS, We are a family and four unclassified at that time
ministers. There were 20 SaS deputies against the proposal, to which they joined
six non-attached Members, including Miroslav Beblavý, Jozef Mihál,
Viera Dubačová and Oto Žarnay (all running for the PS / Together coalition).

They continue to have an exemption from the ban on retail sales during the holidays
petrol stations, pharmacies, shops at airports, in ports,
in other public transport establishments and hospitals, or
ticket and souvenir shops.

The SITA agency asked whether they would keep the ban in force
retail sales during the holidays, also addressed the parties Smer-SD, LSNS,
OĽaNO, SNS and Most-Híd. However, by the deadline, your answers
did not send.

Stores in Slovakia are likely to remain closed during the holidays and after the February parliamentary elections. The SaS party is the only one to push for the lifting of the sales ban during the holidays.

“We will lift the ban on opening shops during the holidays,” she told
Liberia spokeswoman Katarína Svrčeková. He has the opposite opinion
coalition PS / Together, as well as the parties We are family and For the people that would open
shops on holidays were no longer possible.

He will probably stay free for the holidays

“We will keep the sale ban. The holidays are and should be an opportunity to
rest, or surviving the holiday in the spirit of tradition, “she said for
SITA agency, expert of the party For People on Social Policy of Vladimír
Marcinková. The We are a family party shares the same opinion.

“We are of the opinion that keeping the sales ban during the holidays is on
place. People are used to it and in any case it has a positive effect on how it works
families on days off, “the press confirmed to SITA
party department We are a family. People around Boris Kollár are pushing for
citizens have not been deprived of any social benefits they have acquired for
current or previous governments.

Guarantor of the PS / Spol coalition for social and family policy Jozef Mihál for
SITA confirmed that the ban on sales in stores during the holidays change
do not plan. “KDH proposed a restriction on sales on Sunday. We are worth it
employees and their families were able to spend Sunday together, “he says
for SITA, Eva Gray, Member of the KDH Board. Exceptions would, according to her
could have small family businesses and services that are also needed in
holiday. Page A good choice on the question of the SITA agency, whether
maintain in force the cancellation of sales in shops during the holidays,
did not express it directly.

The shops have been closed for three years

He approved the closing of stores during the sixteen holidays of the year
Parliament in March 2017. During the 15 holidays, shops remain from May 2017
closed all day, December 24 is prohibited retail sales after
12:00. For the draft amendment to the Labor Code, which will join the parliament together
presented by the group of deputies for the coalition parties Smer-SD, SNS and Most-Híd,
at that time, 114 legislators voted. In addition to coalition MPs, this proposal
also supported by deputies for OĽaNO, ĽSNS, We are a family and four unclassified at that time
ministers. There were 20 SaS deputies against the proposal, to which they joined
six non-attached Members, including Miroslav Beblavý, Jozef Mihál,
Viera Dubačová and Oto Žarnay (all running for the PS / Together coalition).

They continue to have an exemption from the ban on retail sales during the holidays
petrol stations, pharmacies, shops at airports, in ports,
in other public transport establishments and hospitals, or
ticket and souvenir shops.

The SITA agency asked whether they would keep the ban in force
retail sales during the holidays, also addressed the parties Smer-SD, LSNS,
OĽaNO, SNS and Most-Híd. However, by the deadline, your answers
did not send.