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Tonga Votes Public Holidays Act Amendments

Source: Parliament of Tonga (Nuku'alofa)
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2010
Most recent follow-up news item: June 2, 2022

The Tongan Legislative Assembly has passed the "Public Holidays (Amendment) Act 2010" (Act No. 10 of 2010) which moves the date of some of Tonga's official public holidays, when they fall in the middle of the week, to the nearest Monday.

The last major change to Tongan public holidays, before the aforementioned "Lao (Fakatonutonu) ki he Ngaahi 'Aho Malolo Faka-Pule'anga 2010", occurred at the end of 2006, when the Tonga Privy Council approved 2 new public holidays and canceled 2 existing public holidays (2006-12-08).

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