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French Polynesia Officializes January 2nd Public Holiday

Source: Tahitipresse
Posted: Friday, December 30, 2005
Most recent follow-up news item: February 22, 2007

The government's official report on last Wednesday's Council of Ministers meeting states tersely that the Council of Ministers voted Wednesday to make January 2 a paid annual public holiday for territorial government employees throughout French Polynesia.

The Temaru Government thus has made official what for years has been an unofficial practice of many employees in French Polynesia.

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