The representatives of all parliamentary clubs (parties) have declared their readiness to support Civic Platform’s (PO) project of making the 6th of January (Epiphany) a day free from work. Simultaneously, PO has proposed the removal of the labour code regulation which gives employees the opportunity to take a day in lieu for a holiday which falls on Saturday. The party wishes to introduce the amendments to the labour code in such a way that an additional holiday would not increase the amount of holidays. The concept is supported by the coalition partner, the Polish Peasant Party (PSL). “This will bring back the traditional Polish holiday, which was abolished by the Communists. On the other hand, this solution will not be a burden on the economy and it is therefore worth supporting,” according to PSL member Janusz Piechociński. On the 6th of January, the Catholic Church celebrates the Revelation of God the Son, the Epiphany, the feast of the Biblical Magi: Gaspar, Melchior and Balthasar. Epiphany was a holiday free from work in Poland until 1960.