Source:Parlamentul Republicii Moldova (Chisinau)
Posted: Thursday, April 15, 2010
Most recent follow-up news item: August 26, 2014
The Moldovan government has introduced a draft law "On holidays, commemorative days and days of rest in Moldova" (nr. 262, 13 aprilie 2010).
The salient points of the proposed legislation is to clearly differentiate between "National Holidays", "Traditional celebrations", "Religious holidays", "Professional holidays", "International holidays", "Commemorative days", and most importantly "Non-working holidays".
The draft law also would enshrine the observance of Western Christmas, on December 25, as an annual non-working public holiday in Moldova. Recall that December 25 was declared a one-off public holiday in Moldova last year (2009-12-04).
The New Year public holiday would be extended from 1 to 2 days.
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