Posted: Thursday, December 27, 2012
Most recent follow-up news item: January 28, 2021
Transdniestria's government has announced the list of annual official non-working public holidays in the Transdniestrian Moldovan Republic (Transdniestria) for the upcoming calendar year 2013.
The aforementioned announcement of the official list of the annual non-working public holidays in Transdniestria for the upcoming calendar year 2013, also includes the declaration of 4 bridge public holidays in January, May, and November, to be compensated by the declaration of the same number of Saturdays as regular working days in the calendar year 2013.
Recall that, since 2007, January 2 is also an annual non-working public holiday throughout Transdniestria (2006-12-28), for both the private and public sectors, as is January 1st.
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