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The Chief Election Commissioner of Bhutan, Kunzang Wangdi, has issued a communiqué announcing that Saturday, July 13, 2013, the date of the upcoming second round of the National Assembly Elections, had been declared as one-off additional non-working public holiday throughout Bhutan.
Two months ago (2013-05-28), the Election Commission of Bhutan had similarly announced that Friday, May 31, 2013, the date of the upcoming National Assembly Elections, had been declared as another one-off additional non-working public holiday throughout Bhutan.
The month before that (2013-04-16), on the occasion of the National Council Elections, Tuesday, April 23, 2013, had also been declared as a one-off additional non-working public holiday, in addition to the official list of national and regional non-working public holidays in Bhutan for the calendar year 2013, released last fall (2012-10-12) by the Royal Civil Service Commission of the Government of Bhutan, and which includes a non-working public holiday in Bhutan on Friday, July 12, 2013, for the upcoming Anniversary of the First Sermon of Lord Buddha annual Bhutanese public holiday (2013-07-05).
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