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Festività pubbliche e nazionali in Mozambico

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Questo elenco di festività nazionali, bancarie, legali e pubbliche per l’anno 2014 in Mozambico, è stato generato da Q++ Studio Diary Publishing System, usando le regole sulle ricorrenze delle festività. Se ci sono delle domande o commenti sulle informazioni pubblicate in questo sito web, non esitate a contattarci.

 
Dopo questo elenco:   Notizie    Informazioni Aggiuntive    Footnotes    Disclaimer
 

April ⇒ Dec. 2014

Holiday Name Observance*
Lun Mozambique's Women's Day
Gio Workers' Day
Mer Independence Day
Dom Lusaka Peace Agreement Day
Lun Lusaka Peace Agreement Holiday
Gio Armed Forces Day
Sab Peace and National Reconciliation Day
Mer Public Holiday (Parliamentary and Presidential Elections)
* Lun Maputo Day Regional
Gio Family Day / Christmas Day

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Notizie

I seguenti notizie sulle festività pubbliche di Mozambico, sono in inglese. Per qualsiasi domanda su questi commenti, siete pregati di contattarci.  01 Aug 2013 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambican President, Armando Guebuza, has announced that the upcoming and presidential elections, always the occasion for a one-off public holiday in Mozambique, will be held on Wednesday, October 15, 2014.  21 Dec 2012 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambique's Minister of Labour, Helena Taipo, has declared that Monday, December 24, 2012, would be a one-off public holiday "to ensure better preparation for the Family Day (Christmas) on the 25th".  05 Dec 2011 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambique's Ministry of Labour (MITRAB) has announced that Wednesday, December 7, 2011, had been declared a one-off public holiday on account of the upcoming municipal by-elections.  16 Oct 2011 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambique's Ministry of Labour (MITRAB) has announced that Wednesday, October 19, 2011, had been declared a one-off public holiday throughout Mozambique.  29 Dec 2010 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambique's Ministry of Labour (MITRAB) has released a press communique announcing an afternoon public sector holiday (concede tolerância de ponto) for Friday, December 31, 2010.  23 Dec 2010 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambique's Ministry of Labour (MITRAB) has released a press communique announcing an afternoon public sector holiday (concede tolerância de ponto) for tomorrow, Friday, December 24, 2010.  11 Jan 2010 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambique's Ministry of Labour (MITRAB) has released a press communique announcing that Thursday, January 14, 2010, the date of of Armando Guebuza's inauguration as the President of Mozambique.  18 Dec 2009 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambique's Ministry of Labor (MITRAB) has declared a half-day public sector holiday on the afternoon of Thursday, December 24, 2009.  26 Oct 2009 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) The Labour Ministry of Mozambique, after consultation with the trade unions and the employers' associationsof Mozambique, has declared Wednesday, October 28, 2009, a one-off electoral public holiday "to allow the maximum number of people to vote".  02 Oct 2009 (Agencia de Informção de Moçambique-Maputo) Mozambique's Ministry of Labour (MITRAB) has released a press communique confirming that, as this year's October 4 public holiday falls on a Sunday, a day in lieu public holiday had been declared for Monday, October 5, 2009 (fica diferida para segunda-feira).  More News Updates For the full version of the summarized news items above, and older news items not displayed above, go to the Mozambico public holidays news and updates page, or worldwide public holidays news and updates page, or subscribe to one of our free email newsletters.


Informazioni Aggiuntive

I seguenti commenti sulle festività pubbliche di Mozambico, sono in inglese. Per qualsiasi domanda su questi commenti, siete pregati di contattarci.  Religious Public Holidays: There are no national holidays that are religious in nature, but the Government has a liberal leave policy to permit religious observance.  Weekend Public Holidays: The aforementioned Labour Code states in Article 96-3 that whenever a public holiday falls on a Sunday, work shall be suspended on the following Monday.  Tolerância de Ponto (grant of permission not to attend work): These are additional dates, declared at the discretion of the government, with advance notice of at least two days, when employees have the right to suspend the performance of work without loss of pay (ie. for all intents and purposes, these are additional, one-off, public holidays).  Christmas: Officially the government refers to the national public holiday on December 25th as Family Day, however, most every one else calls it Christmas Day, even on their websites and calendars (these include banks, tourist agencies, schools, and many businesses).  An important aspect of public holidays in Mozambique is called tolerancia de ponto which is an ad-hoc public holiday, which the local or national government announces, sometimes only at a day's notice. The latest was the commemorations of the 20th anniversary of the death of the country's first president, Samora Machel, on 19 October, which suddenly became a public holiday at less than 24 hours notice. In provinces and districts, it is frequent for a "tolerancia de ponto" to be declared when a senior political figure is visiting. Businesses have long complained bitterly about the additional costs involved with these extra holidays.  Mozambique’s Heroes' Day is officially called Dia dos Heróis Moçambicanos, and in in hommage to Eduardo Mondlane.  Mozambique’s Women's Day is officially called Dia da Mulher Moçambicana (note the singular) and is celebrated in hommage to Josina Machel.


Footnotes
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Osservanza: qualsiasi voce della colonna "Observance" (osservanza) indica che, in Mozambico, la festività potrebbe essere regionale o non ufficiale o limitata a certi gruppi religiosi e/o linguistici, o iniziare in un’ora diversa da mezzanotte. Per altre informazioni dettagliate, vedere le nostre pagine sui calendari religiosi del mondo.


Disclaimer
Sebbene sia stato fatto qualsiasi sforzo per presentare un elenco accurato delle festività legali, pubbliche e bancarie per l’anno 2014 in Mozambico, non accettiamo nessuna responsabilità per qualsiasi errore od omissione nei dati presentati qui sopra. Inoltre, in molte aree del mondo le festività sono soggette ad arbitrari, modifiche all’ultimo minuto, variazioni da parte delle autorità locali. Pertanto si consiglia di verificare le date di cui sopra presso la propria ambasciata o consolato in Mozambico, prima di pianificare qualsiasi viaggio in Mozambico. Si dovrebbero anche leggere i commenti e le note a pie di pagina qui sopra.



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