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Vietnam Assembly To Consider New Public Holiday

Source: Thanh Nien Daily
Posted: Thursday, March 8, 2007
Updated: Saturday, March 24, 2007


The Vietnamese National Assembly's Standing Committee has agreed to submit a proposal to the house's full session to make the 10th of the third lunar month a new public holiday to mark the death anniversary of its 18 legendary founding Hung Kings.

This follows last month's proposal by the Vietnamese government (2007-02-02), and is set to occur during the Vietnamese National Assembly's Standing Committee's session, which comprises the house's full-time members, and which will open on March 20th.



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