29 December 2011

'January 2 is not a holiday' — Valte

Malacañang said on Thursday that January 2 will not be a holiday. January 2 falls on a Monday and comes after long weekend holiday break, from December 30 to January 1. “January 2 is not a holiday,” Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte reminded Thursday.
She also said that rumors that government works were suspended Thursday afternoon is untrue. Under Proclamation No. 84 signed by President Benigno S. Aquino III in December last year, Rizal Day (December 30) is a regular holiday while New Year’s Eve, December 31, has been declared as a special non-working day. Under the said Proclamation, New Year’s Day, January 1, is also a regular holiday. (Madel Sabater)




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