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Germany 2017 Reformation Public Holiday In Bremen State
 
(Posted on Wednesday, May 15, 2013)

Source: FOCUS Online (Bremen)

The Mayor of the City of Bremen, which is also one of Germany's full-fledged states, has also announced that October 31, 2017, would also be a one-off non-working public holiday throughout Bremen to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his ninety-five theses.

Earlier this month (01-May-2013), the Senate of Germany's second largest city, and also one of Germany's full-fledged states, Hamburg (aka. HH - Hanseatstadt Hamburg), had finally passed the necessary legal measures to also declare October 31, 2017, a one-off regional non-working public holiday in the city-state of Hamburg, as had been promised at the end of last year (13-Dec-2012), by the Mayor of Hamburg, Olaf Scholz.

A couple of months before (08-Mar-2013), a spokesperson for the SPD party of Germany's southern state of Baden-Wόrttemberg, had announced that, following the parliamentarian call of last January (25-Jan-2013), a law would be passed declaring October 31, 2017, as a one-off public holiday (gesetzlichen Feiertag) to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his ninety-five theses.

That call followed the recent (10-Jan-2013) announcement by a spokesperson for the government of Germany's state of Hessen that it would also declare Reformation Day, on Tuesday, October 31, 2017, as a one-off non-working public holiday in the German state of Hessen.

At the end of last year (13-Dec-2012), the Premier (Ministerprδsident) of Germany's state of Schleswig-Holstein, Torsten Albig, had announced that Reformation Day 2017 would be a one-off non-working public holiday in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.

The date of October 31, 2017, will mark the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his ninety-five theses on the door of the Castle Church of Wittenberg, an event considered to herald the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.

Calls to restore the Reformation Day public holiday, either in specific States, or as a national public holiday, have been made repeatedly in past years (07-Jan-2013, 04-Nov-2012, 27-Nov-2009, 25-Mar-2009, 01-Nov-2007, and 07-Nov-2006).

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