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Montenegro

EMPLOYERS DISPLEASED 12. 06. 2019.   >>  18:12 0

EMPLOYERS DISPLEASED

The non-working Sunday goes to the Constitutional Court

Montenegrin Employers Federation is going to undertake an initiative for questioning the Law on Internal Trade and refer it to the Constitutional Court. This Law stipulates Sunday off for retail and wholesale trade.

Social issues and dialogue adviser within the MEF, Filip Lazovic, says that the amendments to this Law violate the corpus of economic rights.

“We believe that this Law is going to be the subject of questioning its constitutionality. In Croatia, such law has been repealed three times, and it’s probably going to happen in Montenegro, too, for the same reasons. It’s a real possibility”, Lazovic told daily Dnevne Novine.

As he says, the Union considers the adoption process incorrect as the economy hasn’t been consulted.

“We find amendments disputable. Montenegrin economy consists of 95% of small and medium enterprises. We can see in the future negative effects that this Law might provoke, especially since tourism is our main strategic economic branch. Therefore, can we really afford to deprive our economy of huge turnover that one Sunday can bring?”, Lazovic said.

The provision stipulating Sunday off will come into force three months after the Law comes into force, in autumn, to be precise.

Judging by the comments of the governing coalition and part of the opposition, amendments to the Law are expected to be adopted. The draft law defines that trade chains, apart from the exceptions defined, will have Sunday as a day off.

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