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President Aquino on Monday declared December 24 this year a special non-working holiday. As ‘Christmas Eve’ falls on a Monday, and December 25 itself is also a holiday, Filipinos can look forward to a long weekend.
The Malacanang released the official dates for the 2012 holiday. On Proclamation No. 295, the longest of these long weekends — five days — will be from
It will be a long weekend for Filipinos by the end of August, as Malacanang declares August 29 and 30 as non-working holiday. August 29, National Heroes Day, is a legal holiday in the Philippines, while August 30 is Eid’l-Fitr, the
The observance of Holy Week is one of the Filipinos' most cherished traditions. To keep the faith, Malacañang Palace declared Black Saturday, April 23, a special non-working day. Black Saturday, falling between Good
November 29, the last Monday of the month, has been officially declared as a non-working holiday. This was confirmed by Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte. Bonifacio day falls on November 30. This was the day he, Andres
November 16, 2010, Tuesday, has been declared a National Holiday by President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III. This is in celebration of the Muslims’ ‘Feast of Sacrifice’ known as
Malacañang has announced on October 7 that October 25 is a non-working holiday because of the barangay elections. Proclamation No. 48 was signed by President Benigno Aquino III on October 6 declaring
President Benigno Aquino III has declared the end of Eid’l Fitr or the Feast of Ramadan that would fall on September 10 this year a non-working holiday . “The President has issued Proclamation No. 26
President Aquino has declared September 10 as a non-working holiday with his signing of Proclamation 26. Every Filipino joins his Muslim brothers in celebrating "Eid ul-Fitr," the festivities for the
Malacañang Palace declared on August 11 that August 23, Monday, will not be a non-working holiday but a regular working day, while August 21 will be the non-working holiday even though it is Saturday because it is the real Ninoy Aquino Day.