Estas noticias recientes sobre los días feriados en Honduras, son in Ingles. Si tiene cualquiera pregunta sobre estos comentarios, por favor contáctanos. • 31 Jan 2014 (El Heraldo-Tegucigalpa) Honduras is set to celebrate its new annual public holiday on Monday, February 3, 2014, to coincide with the Aniversario del Hallazgo de la Virgen de Suyapa (the anniversary of the discovery of the Vigin of Suyapa).
• 19 Nov 2013 (La Prensa-Tegucigalpa) The government of Honduras has announced that the Council of Ministers had approved a one-off non-working public sector holiday on Monday, November 25, 2013, on the day following the upcoming elecctions.
• 15 Oct 2013 (La Tribuna-Tegucigalpa) Following tonight's qualification of Honduras for the next World Cup, Honduras' President, Porfirio Lobo, has declared tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16, 2013, as another one-off non-working public holiday.
• 03 Oct 2013 (La Prensa-Tegucigalpa) The government of Honduras has announced which of the 3 annual October 2013 public holidays will be moved to the nearest Monday, and which ones will remain on their set date.
• 24 Sep 2013 (La Tribuna-Tegucigalpa) Honduras' President, Porfirio Lobo, has moved the date of the upcoming, October 3, Día del Soldado, annual non-working public holiday to Friday, October 11, 2013, to coincide with the upcoming football game between Honduras and Costa Rica.
• 14 Sep 2013 (El Heraldo-Tegucigalpa) The government of Honduras, through its Secretaría de Interior y Población, has announced Monday, September 16, 2013, would be a one-off non-working public sector holiday for Honduras' public sector, to compensate the annual Independence Day public holiday falling on a Sunday.
• 01 Feb 2013 (El Heraldo-Tegucigalpa) The President of Honduras' Footbal Federation, Rafael Callejas, has announced that Honduras' President, Porfirio Lobo, had agreed to declare a one-off non-working public holiday in Honduras on Wednesday, February 6, 2013, on the date of the upcoming US-Honduras football game.
• 25 Jan 2013 (El Heraldo-Tegucigalpa) The legislative decree (decreto legislativo número 188-2012, del 12 de octubre de 2012) declaring a new annual holiday in Honduras to coincide with the Aniversario del Hallazgo de la Virgen de Suyapa (the anniversary of the discovery of the Vigin of Suyapa, Honduras' patron saint), has been officially gazetted (La Gaceta número 33,031 del 22 de enero de 2013).
• 14 Oct 2012 (El Heraldo-Tegucigalpa) Honduras' Legislative Assembly (Congreso Nacional) has passed a legislative decree (decreto legislativo número 188-2012, del 12 de octubre de 2012) declaring a new annual non-working public holiday in Honduras to coincide with the Aniversario del Hallazgo de la Virgen de Suyapa (the anniversary of the discovery of the Vigin of Suyapa, Honduras' patron saint).
• 10 Oct 2012 (La Prensa Libre-Tegucigalpa) Honduras' Bank Association (Asociación Hondureña de Instituciones Bancarias) has announced that the bank holiday associated with the upcoming Día de la Raza would remain on Monday, October 15, 2012, despite the recent presidential move of the upcoming Día de la Raza public holiday from its previously-announced date of Monday, October 15, 2012, to Tuesday, October 16, 2012.
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Estos comentarios, sobre los días feriados en Honduras, son in Ingles. Si tiene cualquiera pregunta sobre estos comentarios, por favor contáctanos. • Law of Record: Public holidays in Honduras are governed by the Article 339 of the 1959 Labour Code (Decreto núm. 189 del 15 de julio de 1959) which replaced the Decreto Legislativo n° 96 de 4 de marzo de 1949, sobre días inhábiles o feriados and the Decreto Legislativo n° 7 de 11 de marzo de 1958, sobre días feriados. The dispositions of the 1959 Labour Code were amended by the 1987 Ley de Procedimiento Administrativo, which in turn was amended in 1998 by Decree 288-98 which cancelled the public holidays of April 14, September 17, October 3 and 12, to focus the nation's vital forces on repairing the damages done by hurricane Mitch. The amendment was later repealed in 2001 by Decree 199-2001 which re-instated these 4 public holidays.
• Weekend Public Holidays: Article 339 of the Honduran Labour Code specifies that public holidays that fall on a week-end remain on that date (ie. no day in lieu is given).
• Mid-Week Public Holidays: the Honduran government has a habit of officially moving some public holidays to the following Monday, but historical records show that which public holidays get moved to the following Monday is somewhat arbitrary, changes every year, and is usually only announced in the 10-15 days prior to the holiday. We would therefore recommend that you avoid trying to do business on any Monday that follows one of the above public holidays dates.
• Semana Santa (week before Easter): Under President Ricardo Maduro (2002-2006) it bacame habitual for civil servants to get the first 3 days of Easter week off, to enable them to have 9 consecutive days off. This has been continued by the following government, with compensation for these 3 extra days off coming in the form of either 3 working Saturdays (2007), or the canceletion of 3 public holidays for civil servants (2008).