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Tajikistan To Consider Flag Day National Holiday
 
(Posted on Thursday, November 5, 2009)

Source: Official Site of the Presidency of Tajikistan (Dushanbe)

On Tuesday, Tajikistan's President, Emomali Rahmon, sent a draft law on making amendments to the country's law "On Holidays" to the Majlisi Namoyandagon (Tajikistan's lower chamber of parliament).

The bill sent to the Majlisi Namoyandagon would make November 24 a new annual national holiday, to be observed as the "National Flag Day of Tajikistan". It is still unclear whether such a bill would be passed before November 24 of this year.

An additional question is whether this would be a non-working public holiday, or a working holiday, as both the Labor Code of Tajikistan and the Law on Public Holidays, last amended in 2005 (30-Dec-2005), specify 3 "working holidays"; The Day of the Tajik Language (July 22), Mehrgon(Harvest holiday), and Sada(also occurring in the fall).

In any case, such a purely nationalistic new holiday would be in line with President Emomali Rahmon's decade-long drive to weed-out "traditional popular holidays, ceremonies and rituals" and "socially-divisive celebrations which have a negative impact on the people's living standards" (09-Jul-1999).

Related links and worldwide public holidays news updates:
Tajikistan bank holidays and public holidays (news and updates)
Worldwide bank holidays and public holidays news updates (November 2009)
Tajikistan 2018 bank holidays and public holidays (current year)
Tajikistan 2019 bank holidays and public holidays (next year)
Tajikistan 2020 bank holidays and public holidays
Tajikistan 2021 bank holidays and public holidays
Tajikistan 2022 bank holidays and public holidays
 2009-11-12: Tajikistan Approves November 24 Flag Day National Holiday
 2005-12-30: Tajikistan Extends Navruz Public Holidays Again
 1999-07-09: Tajikistan To Review Public Holidays


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