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Timor Leste Public Holiday July 21
 
(Posted on Tuesday, July 18, 2017)

Source: Press Release Government Of Timor-Leste (Dili)

The government of Timor Leste announced that it had once again decided to grant additional day-off public sector holidays in Timor Leste ("tolerαnsia pontu iha loron 21 fulan-jullu") on July 21, 2017, "due the parliamentary election to be conducted on the 22nd July".

As usual, the Secretariat of State of the Council of Ministers of Timor Leste, states that its decision is based on law No.10/2005, which overhauled Timor Leste's public holidays (12-Aug-2005) and with Article 63 of the Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste establishing the citizens' political participation. However, the text of the law No.10/2005 does not specify that the dates of elections should be public holidays and, indeed, the date of the second to last presidential election in Timor Leste was not a public holiday (04-Feb-2007), though recent presidential elections in Timor Leste were public holidays (14-Mar-2017, 11-Apr-2012 and 15-Mar-2012) as were parliamentary elections (07-Jul-2012 and 03-Jul-2012).

Related links and worldwide public holidays news updates:
• East Timor bank holidays and public holidays (news and updates)
• Worldwide bank holidays and public holidays news updates (July 2017)
• East Timor 2017 bank holidays and public holidays (current year)
• East Timor 2018 bank holidays and public holidays (next year)
• East Timor 2019 bank holidays and public holidays
• East Timor 2020 bank holidays and public holidays
• East Timor 2021 bank holidays and public holidays
• 2017-03-14: Timor Leste Public Holidays March 20-21
• 2012-07-07: Timor Leste Public Holiday July 9
• 2012-07-03: Timor Leste Public Holiday July 6
• 2012-04-11: Timor Leste Public Holidays April 16-17
• 2012-03-15: Timor Leste Public Holiday March 16-17
• 2007-02-04: East Timor Presidential Elections Announced
• 2005-08-12: East Timor Overhaul Official List Of Public Holidays


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