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Au bas de cette page :   Actualités et Mises-à-Jour    Informations Complémentaires    Footnotes    Disclaimer
 

May ⇒ Dec. 2014

Holiday Name
Jeu Labor Day
Ven Public Holiday
Ven Victory Day
Jeu Russia Day
Ven Public Holiday
Lun Public Holiday
Mar Unity Day

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Actualités et Mises-à-Jour

Les dernières nouvelles, ci-dessous, sur les jours fériés et fêtes légales pour Russie, sont en Anglais. Si vous avez la moindre question sur ces commentaires, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter.  23 Sep 2014 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) The Acting Head of the Republic of Crimea, Sergey Valeryevich Aksyonov, has issued a decree mirroring last month's Russian Federation annual "Government Resolution On The Transfer Of Public Holidays in 2015" which lists the official public holidays and bridge holidays in Russian Crimea for the upcoming calendar year 2015.  20 Sep 2014 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) Lawmakers in the Russian Duma have called for the introduction of legislation to declared October 7, the birthday of Vladimir Putin, as a new annual non-working public holiday in Russia, to commemorate the seizing of Crimea from the Ukraine, earlier this year.  30 Aug 2014 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) The Russian government has issued an official decree (Government Decree of 27.08.2014 No.860) confirming the earlier-announced draft list of annual non-working public holidays in Russia for the upcoming calendar year 2015.  28 Jun 2014 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) The Russian Federation's Tripartite Commission for the regulation of social and labor relations, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets, endorsed the recently-announced draft list of annual non-working public holidays in Russia for the upcoming calendar year 2015.  23 May 2014 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation has released its annual "Government Resolution On The Transfer Of Public Holidays in 2015", which proposes a draft list of official public holidays and bridge holidays in Russia for the upcoming calendar year 2015.  11 Oct 2013 (Vestnik Kavkaza-Moscow) The head of the Russian Republic of Ingushetia, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, has signed a decree proclaiming Tuesday, October 15, 2013, as a non-working public holiday for the upcoming celebration of Eid al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice).  10 Jul 2013 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) A bill has been introduced to the Russian State Duma which would make amendments to the Labor Code concerning national holidays, and in particular change the date of Russia Day from June 12 to a "more significant date in national history".  03 Jun 2013 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) The Russian Ministry of Labor, in response to the request of the Government of the Russian Federation, has released its annual "Government Resolution On The Transfer Of Public Holidays", which specifies a list of official public holidays and bridge holidays in Russia for the upcoming calendar year 2014.  17 Oct 2012 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) Russian Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev, has issued a decree officializing the recent draft RF Government Resolution which specified the list of official public holidays and bridge holidays in Russia for the upcoming calendar year 2013.  29 Sep 2012 (ITAR-TASS-Moscow) The Russian Government has released a draft RF Government Resolution, which specifies a proposed list of official public holidays and bridge holidays in Russia for the upcoming calendar year 2013.  More News Updates For the full version of the summarized news items above, and older news items not displayed above, go to the Russie public holidays news and updates page, or worldwide public holidays news and updates page, or subscribe to one of our free email newsletters.


Informations Complémentaires

Les commentaires de ce paragraphe, sur les jours fériés et fêtes légales pour Russie, sont en Anglais. Si vous avez la moindre question sur ces commentaires, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter.  Governing Law: Official public holidays in Russia are partially governed (see below) by the 2006 Act No. 90-FZ of 30 June 2006 to amend the Labour Code of the Russian Federation (Text No. 2878, Sobranie Zakonodatel'stva, 2006-07-03, No. 27, pp. 7528-7627) which made wholesale changes to the public holidays in Russia, as set in Article 112 of Russia's Labour Code, such as repealing the 1992 Ordinance No. 2981-I to declare 12 June a public holiday (Text No. 1393) and cancelling the November 7th public holiday.  Bridge Public Holidays: The principle was established by Act No. 2-FZ of 18 January 2001 to supplement section 65 of the Labour Code (Text No. 274, Sobranie Zakonodatel'stva, 2001-01-22, No. 4, p. 997) which gave the possibility for the Government to transfer public holidays some other days, joining them with the next non-working days. Technically, this Act was repealed by the Labour Code of 30 December 2001, but the process, if anything, is getting more and more systematic every year, although these bridge public holidays are often declared during the current year (and then sometimes only just before), Russia will sometimes work on a Saturday or Sunday in order to bridge a public holiday that falls on a Tuesday or Thursday.  Weekend Public Holidays: The occurrence of public holidays on a weekend is regulated by Ordinance No. 65 of 29 december 1992 to clarify several questions relating to the report of weekly holidays which coincide with public holidays (Bjulleten, 1992-11, No. 11-12, pp. 58-60), which provides that weekly holidays which coincide with public holidays are reported to the following day.  Since the October 6, 2006 amendments to the Russian Labor Code, the federal government may now change the days on which public holidays fall, but any changes must be officially published no later than one month prior to the commencement of the calendar year in which it falls. Changes may only be adopted during the current calendar year if they are published no later than two months prior to the date to which the public holiday is to be moved.  Traditionally, but not always systematically, if a holiday falls on a Thursday or a Tuesday, the adjacent Friday or Monday were moved on a Sunday or Saturday, thus making a long weekend followed by an extended, black workweek.  International Women's Day (March 8) was created by the Soviet Union to celebrate women’s achievements at factories and in crop fields, operating heavy agricultural machinery and breaking out from domestic slavery. Despite recent attempts by greeting card makers and florists, there is very little romantic connotation attached to it. Due to its origins, this date is predominantly recognised in the countries with a Soviet background, where it often, but not always, remains an official holiday: Albania, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Cuba, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Moldova, but especially Bulgaria, Romania and Russia. In Slavic countries, yellow Mimosa flowers are the symbol of the day.  Victory Day (May 9) was proclaimed in 1965 by Leonid Brejnev shortly after his accession to the supreme leadership of the Soviet Union. This new holiday was intended to be more of a patriotic holiday than a marxist one .  Replacement of Nov. 7 by Nov. 4. In Soviet times, November 7 was the main public holiday commemorating the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution. Celebrations under communism involved huge military parades and demonstrations observed by Soviet leaders on Lenin's mausoleum on Red Square. After the collapse of communism, November 7 was renamed National Reconciliation Day, but was only celebrated by hard-line left-wingers, who continued to mark it by marching on the streets under red banners. In 2004, the Russian parliament replaced National Reconciliation Day with National Unity Day on November 4, a pre-revolutionary public holiday commemorating the liberation of Moscow from Polish troops in 1612, which ended decades of civil war and foreign intervention in Russia.  The second Sunday of March is one of the two universal election days in Russia in any particular year, along with the second Sunday of October, under a law introduced in August 2005. Under another law, however, elections cannot be held on a day immediately after a public holiday .  Sami National Day, not an official public holiday, was set to be celebrated on February 6th, on the occasion of the 15th Sami conference in Helsinki in 1992. The Sami national day is common for all Sami, irrespective of where they live, whether in Sweden, Norway, Finland or Russia. The national day was celebrated for the first time in 1993 .


Footnotes
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Autres Religions : Certaines des personnes que vous pourriez vouloir rencontrer, pourraient faire partie de minorités religieuses si peu répandues pour Russie qu'aucun jour férié ou fête légale n'apparait dans la liste ci-dessus.


Disclaimer

Nous avons effectué toutes les vérifications possibles pour présenter une liste exacte des jours fériés et fêtes légales pour Russie en 2014. Cependant, nous ne pouvons accepter la moindre responsabilité pour une quelconque erreur ou omission dans la liste des jours fériés et fêtes légales ci-dessus. Nous vous recommandons de bien lire les commentaires et notes de bas de page spécifiques à chaque jour férié et fête légale ci-dessus. De plus, dans de nombreux pays, le gouvernement effectue des modifications au calendrier des jours fériés et fêtes légales, à la dernière minutes, modifications qui ne peuvent être prévues. Nous vous recommandons donc, avant tout voyage en Russie, de contacter l'ambassade ou le consulat du Russie.



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