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Os seguintes noticias sobre dias feriados nacionais e pontos facultativos em Brazil estão em inglês. Caso haja qualquer pergunta a respeito destes comentários, favor entrar em contato conosco. • 14 May 2014 (Ministério do Planejamento Orçamento e Gestão-Brasilia) The Municipal Government of the Brazilian city of São Paulo has announced that it would also avail itself of the terms of the "Lei da Copa" and declare June 12, 2014, the day of the inauguration of the upcoming world cup soccer championship, as a one-off non-working municipal public holiday.
• 13 Mar 2014 (Ministério do Planejamento Orçamento e Gestão-Brasilia) The Municipal Government of the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro has announced that it would avail itself of the terms of the "Lei da Copa" and declare 3 one-off non-working municipal public holidays in June and July 2014.
• 06 Jan 2014 (Ministério do Planejamento Orçamento e Gestão-Brasilia) The Federal Government of Brazil, through its Ministério do Planejamento, Orçamento e Gestão, has announced its annual list of the official Brazilian non-working public holidays for the calendar year 2014.
• 29 Jun 2013 (Câmara dos Deputados-Brasilia) A 2009 bill which would move to the next Monday any fixed-date Brazilian public holiday that falls on a Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday, has been reinstated and will be considered by the Committee on Education, Culture and Sports (EC).
• 14 Jun 2013 (Câmara Municipal do Rio de Janeiro-Rio de Janeiro) The municipal council of the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro (Cámara de Concejales de Río de Janeiro), has approved by a vote of 33 to 5 the earlier-announced plans to declare 4, one-off, non-working public holidays in July 2013, to alleviate traffic congestion during the upcoming visit of Pope Francis and the Jornada Mundial de la Juventud (JMJ).
• 19 May 2013 (Câmara Municipal do Rio de Janeiro-Rio de Janeiro) The municipal council of the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro (Cámara de Concejales de Río de Janeiro), has announced plans to declare 4, one-off, non-working public holidays in July 2013, to alleviate traffic congestion during the upcoming visit of Pope Francis and Jornada Mundial de la Juventud (JMJ).
• 10 May 2013 (Portal de Notícias do Senado Federal-Brasilia) The Brazilian Senate has formally approved a bill which was previously passed by the Brazilian lower house and which would turn the annual, July 2, "Dia da Independência da Bahia" regional non-working public holiday into a new nationwide non-working public holiday in Brazil.
• 06 Feb 2013 (Ministério do Planejamento Orçamento e Gestão-Brasilia) The Federal Government of Brazil, through its Ministério do Planejamento Orçamento e Gestão, has issued a communique confirming that the 2 days of Carnival, as well as Ash Wednesday, are not non-working public holidays in Brazil, being, instead "pontos facultativos".
• 04 Jan 2013 (Ministério do Planejamento Orçamento e Gestão-Brasilia) The Federal Government of Brazil, through its Ministério do Planejamento, announced the official list of 2013 Brazilian public holidays in yesterday's Diário Oficial da União (portaria número 3 de 3 de janeiro de 2013).
• 07 Jun 2012 (Diário Oficial da União-Brasilia) The recent bill "Lei da Copa", which will allow Brazilian states and municipalities to declare one-off public holidays whenever a FIFA World Cup game occurs in their jurisdiction in 2014, has been signed into law by Brazilian president, Dilma Rousseff.
• 16 Mar 2012 (Câmara dos Deputados-Brasilia) Brazil's upper and lower houses of Parliament have approved the "Lei da Copa", the recent bill which will allow Brazilian states and municipalities to declare one-off public holidays whenever a FIFA World Cup game occurs in their jurisdiction in 2014.
• 22 Sep 2011 (Diário Oficial da União-Brasilia) Brazil has introduced a bill that allows States and Municipalities to declare one-off public holidays whenever a selection game, in 2013, or a FIFA World Cup game, in 2014, occurs in their jurisdiction.
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Os seguintes comentários sobre dias feriados nacionais e pontos facultativos em Brazil estão em inglês. Caso haja qualquer pergunta a respeito destes comentários, favor entrar em contato conosco. • Governing Law: Official public holidays in Brazil are of 3 types, national (nacionais), state (estaduais) and municipal (municipais). National public holidays are regulated by Lei nº 662, de 6 de abril de 1949 which was amended by federal law 10.607 of December 19, 2002. Religious holidays are regulated by the Lei nº 9.093, de 12 de setembro de 1995.
• Pontos Facultativos (loosely translated as optional bridge holidays) are a uniquely Brazilian construct whereby some days are specified by the government (either at the federal, state or municipal level) as optional holidays that can be taken but need to be compensated later. This usually applies to civil servants, bank employees, and employees in large companies. The list of pontos facultativos included here is the list announced by the federal government. In pratice, most states will declare the same dates, albeit at the last-minute, and if the states do not then most municipalities also will.
• Carnival Tuesday (terça-feira de Carnaval) is not a national public holiday in Brazil (only in some states and municipalities). However, tradition is that most businesses are off for both the Monday and Tuesday of Carnival.
• Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve are often only half days.
• All Saints Day (Nov. 1) is not one of the official public holidays but may be taken, especially in villages.
• State Public Holidays:
• Acre: 15th of June: Aniversário do estado, 6th of August: Início da Revolução Acreana, 5th of September: Dia da Amazônia, 17th of November: Assinatura do Tratado de Petrópolis.
• Alagoas: 16th of September: Emancipação Política de Alagoas, 20th of November: Dia da Consciência Negra.
• Amapá: 19th of March: Dia de São José, 5th of October: Criação do Estado.
• Amazonas: 05th of September: Elevação do Amazonas à categoria de província, 8th of December: Dia de Nossa Senhora da Conceição.
• Bahia: 02nd of July: Indepêndencia da Bahia.
• Ceará: 19th of March: Dia de São José.
• Distrito Federal: 21st of April: Fundação de Brasília, 30th of November: Dia do Evangélico.
• Espírito Santo: 23th of May: Colonização do solo espírito-santense.
• Goiás: 28th of October: Dia do Servidor Público.
• Maranhão: 28th of July: Adesão do Maranhão à independência do Brasil, 8th of December: Dia de Nossa Senhora da Conceição.
• Mato Grosso: 20th of November: Dia da Consciência Negra.
• Mato Grosso do Sul: 11th of October: Criação do Estado.
• Minas Gerais: 21st of April: Data magna do Estado.
• Pará: 15th of August: Adesão do Grão-Pará à independência do Brasil.
• Paraíba: 05th of August: Emancipação política do estado.
• Paraná: 19th of December: Emancipação Política (Emancipação do Paraná de São Paulo).
• Pernambuco: None.
• Piauí: 13th of March: Dia da Batalha do Jenipapo, 19th of October: Dia do Piauí.
• Rioth of January:: 15th of October: Dia do Comércio, 20th of November: Dia da Consciência Negra.
• Rio Grande do Norte: 29th of June: Dia de São Pedro, 3th of October: Mártires de Cunhaú e Uruaçu.
• Rio Grande do Sul: 20th of September: Revolução Farroupilha.
• Rondônia: 04th of January: Criação do Estado, 18th of June: Dia do Evangélico.
• Roraíma: 05th of October: Criação do Estado.
• Santa Catarina: 11th of August: Criação da capitania, separando-se de São Paulo.
• São Paulo: 09th of July: Revolução Constitucionalista de 1932.
• Sergipe: 08th of July: Autonomia política de Sergipe.
• Tocantins: 05th of October: Criação do Estado.
• Zumbi's Birthday, also known as Día Nacional de la Conciencia Negra (National Day of Black Self-Awareness), on November 20: Bill 302/2003 (Dispõe sobre a instituição de feriado nacional na data da morte de Zumbi dos Palmares), by Senator Paulo Paim, to make the date a national public holiday has been stalled in the Senate since 2003. However, despite its lack of official national status, it was officially celebrated in 5267 of the country's 5561 cities and municipalities in 2007 (as compared to 5225, in 2006), including Río de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, where it has been an official municipal public holiday since 2003 .
• Resolução 2516, from the year 2000, made Maundy Thursday (the Thursday before Easter) a working day, but the same resolution excused financial institutions from fulfilling minimal operating hours on that date.
• December 31 was made a holiday for the banking sector by resolution 2.596/99.
• On election years, law 9.504/97 specifies that the first round of voting ocurs on the first Sunday of October, and the second round, when needed, occurs on the last Sunday of October.
• Dia do Servidor Público (Civil Servants' Day): although the governing law (art. 236 of law nº 8.112 of December 11, 1990) specifies a fixed date for this holiday, in the past it has often been arbitrarily moved to another date when it occurred on a weekend (2007) or in the middle of the week (2008 and 2009).
Observância : Qualquer entrada na coluna "Observance" indica que, em Brazil o dia feriado e ponto facultativo pode ser somente regional, não-oficial, ou limitado a certos grupos linguísticos e/ou religiosos, ou começam em uma hora que não seja meia-noite. 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.
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