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Esta lista de días feriados y días festivos y días de descanso obligatorio en 2014 para Argentina, fue generada por Q++ Studio,  el software, utilizado por las más conocidas empresas editoras de agendas y calendarios del mundo. Si Usted tiene cualquier pregunta o comentario respecto a la información publicada en este sitio Web, por favor contáctanos.

 
Al pie de esta lista:   Prensa y Actualizaciones    Informaciones Adicionales    Footnotes    Disclaimer
 

May ⇒ Dec. 2014

Holiday Name Observance*
Jue Labor Day
Vie Public Holiday (día feriado con fines turísticos)
Dom First Government Day (Día de la Revolución de Mayo)
Vie Anniversary of General D. Manuel Belgrano's Death
Mié Independence Day
Lun General José de San Martín Holiday
Lun Día del Respeto a la Diversidad Cultural
* Jue Día del Trabajador Bancario (Buenos Aires) Mun+Bnk
Lun Día de la Soberanía Nacional
Lun Immaculate Conception Day
* Mié Christmas Eve (afternoon) Bnk+Gov+Aft
Jue Christmas Day
Vie Public Holiday (día feriado con fines turísticos)
* Mié New Year's Eve (afternoon) Bnk+Gov+Aft

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Prensa y Actualizaciones

Estas noticias recientes sobre los días feriados en Argentina, son in Ingles. Si tiene cualquiera pregunta sobre estos comentarios, por favor contáctanos.  18 Sep 2014 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) Argentina's Ministry of the Interior and Transportation has issued a statement ruling-out the rumoured declaration of another non-working public holiday in Argentina on September 24.  06 Jul 2014 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) Argentina's Lower House (Cámara de Diputados) has passed the bill introduced by Kirchnerite deputy Julio Solanas, which would declare another one-off commemorative non-working public holiday on June 29, 2015, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the declaration of independence from foreign control.  14 Jun 2014 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) The Lower House of the Province of Buenos Aires ("Cámara de Diputados de la Provincia de Buenos Aires") has approved the extension to the Provincial level of last year's Ley Nº 26.876, which makes June 27 an annual non-working public sector holiday in Argentina for the federal public sector.  06 Jun 2014 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) Argentina's Ministry of the Interior and Transportation has issued a statement ruling-out the rumoured move of the upcoming "Día del Paso a la Inmortalidad del Gral. Manuel Belgrano" non-working public holiday from Friday, June 20, to Monday, June, 23, 2014.  20 May 2014 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) The commission in charge of examining bills proposing new public holidays in Argentina (comisión de Cultura de la Cámara de Diputados) is examining a bill that would declare yet another one-off commemorative non-working public holiday on June 29, 2015, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the declaration of independence from foreign control ("200 años de la primera Declaración Independentista de la dominación extranjera").  07 May 2014 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) The government of Argentina's Capital Territory Province of Buenos Aires has declared Monday, May 12, 2014, as a one-off non-working public holiday in the Capital Territory Province of Buenos Aires on account of the 150th anniversary of the city's founding.  29 Jan 2014 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) The annual official list of non-working public holidays in Argentina for the calendar year 2015 ("Feriados Nacionales y Puentes Turísticos 2015") has officially been gazetted.  20 Dec 2013 (Ministerio del Interior-República Argentina) Jorge Capitanich, the Chief of Cabinet of Argentina's President, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, has announced that, in addition to the 4 year-end non-working public sector holidays announced earlier this week, Tuesday, December 24, and Tuesday, December 31, 2013, would be full-day, one-off, bank holidays in Argentina.  17 Dec 2013 (Ministerio del Interior-República Argentina) Jorge Capitanich, the Chief of Cabinet of Argentina's President, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, has released the decreto 2111/2013, declaring once again 4, year-end, public holidays for Argentina's public sector, in addition to the previously-announced 2013 and 2014 official public holidays in Argentina.  12 Nov 2013 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) The government of Argentina has gazetted the Decreto 1768/2013 which lists the one-off non-working bridge public holidays ("feriados con fines turísticos") for the calendar years 2014, 2015 and 2016.  16 Oct 2013 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) Argentina's Ministry of the Interior has released the annual official list of non-working public holidays in Argentina for the calendar year 2014 ("Feriados Nacionales y Puentes Turísticos 2014").  10 Aug 2013 (Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina-Buenos Aires) Argentina's President, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, has issued Decree 1059/2013 which turns into law the recent bill to declare June 27 an annual non-working public sector holiday in Argentina.  05 Jul 2013 (Honorable Cámara de Diputados de la Nación Argentina-Buenos Aires) Argentina's Congress has approved in its final reading a bill to declare June 27 as a new annual non-working public sector holiday in Argentina.  22 May 2013 (Ministerio del Interior-República Argentina) Argentina's Minister of Tourism, Enrique Meyer, has announced that Friday, July 8, 2016, would be another one-off non-working public holiday in Argentina.  01 Jul 2012 (Ministerio del Interior-República Argentina) Argentina's Ministry of the Interior has released the official list of one-off additional public holidays (días feriados con fines turísticos) in Argentina for the calendar year 2014.  More News Updates For the full version of the summarized news items above, and older news items not displayed above, go to the Argentina public holidays news and updates page, or worldwide public holidays news and updates page, or subscribe to one of our free email newsletters.


Informaciones Adicionales

Estos comentarios, sobre los días feriados en Argentina, son in Ingles. Si tiene cualquiera pregunta sobre estos comentarios, por favor contáctanos.  Fixed date public holidays in Argentina fall into 2 categories. Feriados inamovibles (those that do not move; the majority) which are covered by law 21.329, except for Immaculate Conception which is governed by law 24.445. Feriados trasladables (those that do move depending on the day of the week when they occur) which are covered by laws 23.555 and 24.445.  Malvinas Day: Perhaps because of its highly emotional affect, this public holiday has been tinkered with repeatedly by the Argentine legislature. It was originally decreed for April 2 by the de facto Law 22769. Then, Decree 901 of March 23, 1984, transferred it to June 10. It was then moved back to April 2, subject to changes depending on the weekday upon which it occurred. Then, finally, Law 25.370 was amended in June 2006, to make Malvinas Day (officially called "Día del veterano y los caídos en la Guerra de Malvinas") one of the non-moveable public holidays, regardless of the weekday on which it occurs .  Flag Day and General San Martín Holiday: A bill was introduced in 1996 to make these 2 public holidays remain on their respective dates (June 20 and August 17), but it never came into law.  Carnival Monday and Tuesday were declared public holidays by the decree 2.446 of 1956. Subsequent military governments increasingly tried to restrain its observance until 1976, when the last military junta passed law 21.329 which prohibits the celebration of Carnival. The 2 days of Carnival were retored as nationwide public holidays by the "Decreto 1584/2010 - Establécense Feriados Nacionales y días no laborables" of November 2010.  Día del Trabajador Bancario (Day Of The Bank Employee) commemorates the 1924 founding of the Asociación Bancaria and is observed every year on November 6. On that day, all banks in the Buenos Aires metro area (Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires) are closed, as well as the Argentine Central Bank and all financial markets nationwide.  By law, those who belong to the Jewish or the Islamic faith, are entitled to additional public holidays off: Islamic New Year, Eid al Fitr, and Eid al Adha, for Muslims, and the first and last days of Passover, and Yom Kippur for Jews (laws 24.571, 24.757, and 26.089).  Día del Petróleo Nacional: According to the Ley Provincial 2258, voted by the Chubut provincial legislature on January 24, 1984, the 13th of December is a provincial compulsory public holiday (descanso obligatorio) for all civil servants and workers of the banking and financial sectors. Its observance is optional for private sector workers. There is a bill pending that would make the holiday a national one .


Footnotes
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Acatamiento: Las notas que se incluyen en la columna Observance indican que, en Argentina, el día feriado podría ser regional, no oficial, estar limitado a determinadas religiones o grupos lingüísticos o no comenzar a la medianoche. Aft=Afternoon, Arm=Armenian, Bah=Bahai, Bnk=Banks and most financial institutions, Bud=Buddhist, Cat=Catholic, Chr=Christian, Cop=Coptic, Eve=Evening, Gov=Government services and civil servants, Hin=Hindu, Jew=Jewish, Lin=Linguistic or ethnic groups, Mor=Morning, Mun=Municipal, Mus=Muslim, Orth=Orthodox, Othr=Miscellaneous partial observances (usually described in the Additional Information section of this page), Prt=Protestant, Reg=Regional, Rel=Other Religion, Sch=Schools and universities, Sik=Sikh.


Disclaimer

Hemos hecho cada esfuerzo de presentar una lista exacta de los días feriados para 2014 en Argentina. Pero no podemos aceptar ninguna responsabilidad de ningún error u omisión en los datos presentados arriba. Usted debería leer todos los comentarios y notas arriba. Además, en muchas partes del mundo, los días feriados están conforme a cambios arbitrarios. Estos cambios de última hora por autoridades locales no pueden ser predichos. Entonces, le recomendamos verificar las fechas antedichas con la embajada o el consulado de Argentina, antes de planear cualquier viaje hasta Argentina.



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