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Costa Rica Mulls December 1 Public Holiday

Source: Asamblea Legislativa de la República de Costa Rica (San José)
Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2014
Updated: Thursday, July 18, 2019


A bill has been introduced in Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly to declare December 1 as a new annual non-working public holiday to commemorate the centenary of Costa Rica's neutrality.

It is hoped that the aforementioned bill 19 230 (Celebración Del 1º De Diciembre Como “Día De La Abolición Del Ejército, Neutralidad En Conflictos Y Promoción De La Paz Entre Las Naciones”) will be made into law before December 1st, 2014.



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