Malacañang declares November 29 a non-working holiday
In observance of Bonifacio Day, November 29 has been declared a non-working holiday by Malacañang, according to Inquirer.net.
"The public holiday actually falls on November 30 but the government’s holiday economics policy pushes its observance as a non-working day to the nearest Monday," the report said.
The announcement was made by a Malacañang official on Thursday. This is the second holiday declared by the Palace this month. November 16 was also declared a non-working holiday in observance of the Islam feast Eid'l Adha.
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