The Senator reported on the preparation of a bill to limit the time of operation of hypermarkets
According to Sergei Lisovsky, the document suggests, in fact, the elimination of 24-hour shops.
MOSCOW, March 31. /TASS/. The first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on agrarian and food policy and nature management Sergey Lisovsky announced the development of a Parliament of a draft law limiting the time of operation of hypermarkets in Russia.
We have already prepared amendments (to the law “On trade” — approx. TASS): this constraint works on weekends. Saturday — 4 PM, Sunday — does not work at all, and on weekdays until 9 PM, no 24 hour hipermarketler Lisovskiy Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on agrarian and food policy and environmental management
Lisowski said that the bill will be introduce during the autumn session of Parliament. According to him, the document aims to support small enterprises for trade (one-two offices).
“The work is done, we are trying to negotiate with the Ministry of industry, Ministry of agriculture and FAS that it was an agreed position,” he said, adding that online shopping will be involved in the discussion. “Some of the agencies supports us,” he said.
According to Lisowski, it “will be a joint working group amendments Spring” and the Committee on agrarian and food policy.