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Goodbye Sunday Shopping in Poland - Hello Electoral Reform


Lyzko 25 | 7,139
15 Dec 2019 #241
I think the issue is more trade union regulations rather than purely religious reasons. In the US as well, when I was growing up, until round about the beginning of the '70's, one could almost never find a shopping center open, even a Walmart store. There were late hours in most of the major urban areas, including even some Saturdays, but Sunday remained sacred for years.
cms neuf - | 1,588
16 Feb 2020 #242
I see this week that inflation starting to gallop - 4.5 percent, we haven't seen those rates for 10 years. Sunday shopping law is one of the reasons but increase in minimum wage, petrol costs, energy costs will all be passed on to consumers as well.
pawian 170 | 11,331
23 Feb 2020 #243
I see this week that inflation starting to gallop - 4.5 percent, we haven't seen those rates for 10 years.

Mr President Duda claims it is only temporary. He said so during one of his election rallies.

businessinsider.com.pl/twoje-pieniadze/andrzej-duda-o-rosnacych-cenach/x2q27xm
cms neuf - | 1,588
23 Feb 2020 #244
God knows why he said that as it will not be true any time before May and prices are more likely to go up in the meantime. The increase in food was quite eye catching - almost 7 percent.
mafketis 23 | 8,382
23 Feb 2020 #245
President Duda claims it is only temporary

PiS really do think that Polish people are stupid and the way to win elections is to lie to them (refer back to Kurski's "ciemny narĂ³d"
jon357 63 | 15,214
24 Feb 2020 #246
and the way to win elections is to lie to them

Plenty of politicians do just that; it all depends on how the lie is presented.


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