Source:Agentia Informationala de Stat (Moldpres)
Posted: Saturday, December 7, 2013
Most recent follow-up news item: December 23, 2021
The government of Moldova (Monitorul Oficial Nr. 291-296, art Nr. 1099) has extended its previously-announced official list of annual non-working public holidays in Moldova for the upcoming calendar year 2014.
As usual, the previously-announced (2013-10-22) list of non-working public holidays in Moldova for the calendar year 2014 did not include any bridge public holidays which, except for last year (2013-02-08), are usually announced later, on a case-by-case basis (2012-04-11, 2012-02-22, 2011-02-18, 2010-08-10, 2009-12-04 and 2008-12-10) to be compensated by a nearby Saturday being declared a regular working day in Moldova.
When the 2014 public holidays in Moldova were announced, a couple of months ago (2013-10-22), we surmised that, based on precedent, we could expect one-off bridge public holidays to be declared at a later date. The aforementioned "Hotarîrea Guvernului nr. 990 din 06.12.2013 cu privire la zilele de odihna în anul 2014" (schedules to be gazetted in the Monitorul Oficial nr.291-296 DIN 12/13/2013) thus adds 3 one-off non-working public holidays in Moldova in 2014.
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