Source:National Council of the Slovak Republic Posted: Sunday, September 4, 2011 Updated: Saturday, August 10, 2019
The Chairman and Speaker of Slovakia's Parliament, Richard Sulik, has stated that the annual, September 1st, Constitution Day non-working public holiday is superfluous and should be canceled, or at least made into a regular working day.
Speaker Sulik argued that Slovakia already celebrates its independence with an annual non-working public holiday on January 1st and that the September 1st Constitution Day non-working public holiday is not "the most important holiday".
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