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Montenegro

UNION OF THE EMPLOYEES 17. 06. 2019.   >>  18:18 0

UNION OF THE EMPLOYEES

Non-working Sunday will have negative effects

A new legal solution that predicts a non-working Sunday is bad, thinks the Union of employers of Montenegro (UPCG), with the assesment that negative effects are rather certain if particular business entities do not work on Sundays.

Filip Lazovic from UPCG says he understands the positive effects on a number of employees, but that the Law on Internal Trade "seems to attempts to postpone what is the role of the Labor Law and other regulations that deal with working relationships".

"It went towards the practice that is not good, and the question is what will  happen if initiatives appear for declaring a non-working Sunday in catering and energy, too," said Lazovic in Morning program of Radio-Television of Montenegro (RTCG).

He referred to a number of MPs of the Montenegrin Parliament who support a non-working Sunday but are aware that such a law will not pass the assessment of the Constitutional Court.

"We have a situation where MPs vote for the law and on the other hand they are aware that perhaps this law is not completely in line with the Constitution," Lazovic said.

He claims that negative effects of a non-working Sunday are certain.

"There was a lot of talk about shopping malls, big business systems.

It is assumed that they will have great losses. If we look at it from the perspective of the internal market, it is a legitimate argument that Sunday’s turnover will overflow to other days. But we look at Montenegro as

tourist oriented. You have the situation that during the season some business entities will not be able to work on Sundays, so the question arises whether this turnover could be compensated. I think not," Lazovic pointed out.

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