The decision was originally scheduled for March 4, but the deadline has been changed to July. The court did not explain the reasons for the delay.
The Supreme Court will rule on the application from the Leviathan Union, which challenged four provisions of the Trade Restriction Act on Sunday, including a provision banning work on that day of the week.
The application refers, inter alia, to the fact that the regulation does not meet the criteria for permissible interference with freedom of action because it produces effects that are irreconcilable with the “image of a democratic state of law”. Loyatan emphasized that the ban leads to layoffs and lower incomes in some industries, and it also introduces discrimination.
Let us remind you that Solidarity, Law and Justice (PiS) intends to defend the trade embargo on Sunday. The former head of trade unions, and now PiS MP, Janusz Schnadik, announced a few weeks ago that a rapid amendment to the Trade Restriction Act would be introduced on Sunday, which would prevent stores from turning into post offices in order to circumvent the ban.
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