Source: AKI Press (Bishkek)
The Labor Ministry of Kyrgyzstan has announced that Monday, March 7, 2011, had been declared a one-off non-working public holiday in Kyrgyzstan.
Declaring Monday, March 7, 2011, a one-off non-working public holiday will create a 3-day weekend in Kyrgyzstan, when combined with the upcoming International Women's Day public holiday observed annually on March 8 in Kyrgyzstan.
In compensation for the aforementioned one-off bridge public holiday, the day of Saturday, March 5, 2011, has been declared a regular working day in Kyrgyzstan.
Having an extra bridge non-working public holiday compensated by declaring a weekend day as a regular working day is common in Kyrgyzstan (07-Oct-2010, 25-Aug-2010, 15-Feb-2010, 11-Dec-2009, 19-Dec-2008 and 27-Dec-2007).
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