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Di Maio proposes 25% of shops open on Sunday


Rome, September 10 - Deputy Premier and Labour and
Industry Minister Luigi Di Maio reiterated on Monday that his
government wants to limit trading on Sundays, while stressing
this will not mean consumers won't be able to shop at all on the
traditional day of rest.
"There will always be somewhere to do the shopping," 5-Star
Movement (M5S) leader Di Maio told La7 television.
"There will be a mechanism of turns by which 25% of shops
will remain open and all the others will be closed".
He said that city mayors and shop keepers will decide which
shops are open on which days.
Mayor retailers have said closing most shops on Sundays could
lead to tens of thousands of job losses.
Ex-premier Matteo Renzi of the opposition centre-left
Democratic Party (PD) said the proposal was absurd and Di Maio
must be living on Mars.
But many small retailers and religious groups back the idea.

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