If employees can work on Sundays voluntarily, shops do not have to be closed

This issue divided Slovaks into two groups.

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The ban on shops being open on Sundays is back on the table. While the discussion is ongoing, the Focus polling agency conducted a poll in which they found that if an employee had the right to refuse work on Sundays, nearly seven out of 10 respondents would see such a rule as a good thing.

On the other hand, only one-fifth of respondents (20 percent) considers this a bad solution.

The remaining respondents did not give their opinion. The poll was conducted between May 28 and June 1 on 1,010 respondents.

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