Uruguay Considering Iberoamerican Summit Public Holidays
Source:El Espectador (Montevideo)
Posted: Tuesday, October 10, 2006
The government has introduced a bill that would make Friday and Saturday November 3 and 4, non-working days in all of Montevideo, due to traffic and security concerns linked to the Iberoamerican Summit, held from November 3-5, and attended by most South American heads of government.
Recall that November 2 will remain fixed this year, due to a change in the Uruguayan public holidays law a few years ago (2001-11-14).
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