Source: Agentia Informationala de Stat (Moldpres)
The government of Moldova announced that it had once declared Monday and Tuesday, August 29-30, 2011, as additional one-off non-working public holidays throughout Moldova.
Note that the aforementioned additional public holiday, in conjunction with the annual Independence Day public holiday on Saturday, August 27, 2011, and the annual National Language Day public holiday on Wednesday, August 31, 2011, will mean 5 consecutive non-working days for Moldovans, as was the case last year (10-Aug-2010).
As is traditionally the case (18-Feb-2011, 23-Dec-2010, 04-Dec-2009 and 10-Dec-2008) this one-off bridge public holiday will be compensated by Saturday, September 18, 2010, having been declared a regular working day in Moldova.
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