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Slovak opposition drafts petition to scrap unfair retail practices law

The MPs want the provision that requires local retail chains to include at least 50% of Slovak foodstuffs in their printed promotional materials and magazines to be eliminated

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Slovakia’s opposition MPs have collected enough signatures to submit a petition to the country’s Constitutional Court calling on the institution to evaluate whether a controversial law that introduced measures to eliminate unfair market practices is in violation of the Slovak constitution.


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