On December 23, FIC provided to the Labour Ministry the comments on the Draft Law on Internship. FIC welcomed drafting of that Law as significant improvement, after years of advocating for regulation of this form of engagement of young people. PP drew attention to the dispositions that limit the possibilities for the potential interns, and proposed their abolishment or change. In particular, FIC advocates to enable the interns to pursue several internships with different employers, in the different professions, and during more lengthy periods than envisaged. It was also outlined that engagement of the interns would bring significant administrative burden. This all means that the internships would not represent an attractive option to motivate the engagement of the young. Position paper that can be accessed here provides 20 concrete proposals for the improvement of the Draft Law.