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Argentina Votes June 27 Public Sector Holiday

Source: Honorable Cámara de Diputados de la Nación Argentina (Buenos Aires)
Posted: Friday, July 5, 2013
Most recent follow-up news item: June 14, 2014


Argentina's Congress has approved in its final reading a bill to declare June 27 as a new annual non-working public sector holiday in Argentina.

As per the aforementioned "Ley Nº 26.876, que declaró el día 27 de junio de cada año como el Día del Trabajador del Estado", beginning in 2014, if signed into law by President, the law would make June 27 an annual non-working public sector holiday in Argentina for the federal public sector. The bill does encourage other levels of government to follow suit ("Se invita a las provincias y municipios de toda la República a instaurar el 27 de junio como día de descanso en las respectivas administraciones públicas").



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