Source:The Bank of Greece (Athens)
Posted: Saturday, July 28, 2012
Most recent follow-up news item: September 18, 2021
The Bank of Greece, Greece's Central Bank, has released the list of official non-working public holidays in Greece for the calendar year 2013.
As per custom (2011-07-25, 2010-06-25, 2009-06-30 and 2008-07-21), the aforementioned list omits public holidays that fall on a Saturday or Sunday, and which are not compensated under Greek labour law.
Note that the aforementioned announced list of official non-working public holidays in Greece for the calendar year 2013 omits the May 1st, 2013, annual non-working public holiday. We assume that a later announcement will correct that omission.
In addition, Greece's HELEX (the Central Securities Depository) and the Athens Exchange may declare additional closing days (2009-03-25), but these do not affect the general private and public sectors.
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