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Macau Declares Additional 2012 Public Holidays
 
(Posted on Friday, July 22, 2011)

Source: Portal do Governo da RAEM da Repϊblica Popular da China (Macau)

Macau's Chief Executive has announced 6 additional, one-off, public holidays (Special Grant for exempt from work by The Chief Executive) for 2012.

This announcement ("Special Grant for exempt from work by The Chief Executive on 22 July 2011"), follows a trend started a few years ago (31-Mar-2010, 30-Jun-2009, 27-Mar-2009, 21-May-2004, 16-Jan-2006, 31-Jan-2007, and 13-Mar-2007), and was made under the purview of the "Decree Law No. 60/2000 on Public Holidays".

Related links:

• Macau bank holidays and public holidays (news and updates)
• Worldwide bank holidays and public holidays news updates (July 2011)
• Macau 2019 bank holidays and public holidays (current year)
• Macau 2020 bank holidays and public holidays (next year)
• Macau 2021 bank holidays and public holidays
• Macau 2022 bank holidays and public holidays
• Macau 2023 bank holidays and public holidays
• 2018-03-16: Macau Declares Additional 2019 Public Holidays
• 2017-09-25: Macau Mulls Public Holidays Changes
• 2017-03-10: Macau Declares Additional 2018 Public Holidays
• 2016-04-17: Macau Declares Additional 2017 Public Holidays
• 2015-04-15: Macau Declares Additional 2016 Public Holidays
• 2014-03-25: Macau Declares Additional 2015 Public Holidays
• 2013-02-23: Macau Declares Additional 2014 Public Holidays
• 2012-12-12: Macau 2012 Public Holidays Extended Again
• 2012-09-25: Macau 2012 Public Holidays Extended
• 2012-03-20: Macau Declares Additional 2013 Public Holidays
• 2011-08-02: Macau 2012 Public Holidays Announced
• 2010-03-31: Macau Declares Additional 2011 Public Holidays
• 2009-06-30: Macau Declares February 17 Public Holiday
• 2009-03-27: Macau Declares New Year's Eve Public Holiday
• 2007-03-13: Macau Declares 2 Half-Day Public Holidays
• 2007-01-31: Macau Declares February 21 Public Holiday
• 2006-01-16: Macau Declares February 1 Public Holiday
• 2004-05-21: Macau Declares February 8 Public Holiday


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