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Amendments to come into force despite president’s rejection
4 Dec 2013 Flash News
President Ivan Gašparovič has for the second time rejected amendments on a welfare work provision and the controversial law on collective bargaining, but the legislation will still come into effect.
In reaction to the law being passed, MPs for the Slovak Democratic and Christian Union-SDKÚ, Christian-Democratic Movement-KDH and Most-Híd have filed a motion to the Constitutional Court. Opposition deputies want also the Constitutional Court to look into the approval of tax licenses. Chairman of the Nova party Daniel Lipsic argues that the law is retroactive. If he decides to take tax licenses to the court also SDKÚ and Most-Híd want to support him, according to Sme.
(Source: TASR, Sme)
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