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Indonesian Deepavali Public Holiday Tomorrow
 
(Posted on Tuesday, October 21, 2014)

Source: Komisi Pemilihan Umum (Jakarta)

The Jakarta branch of Indonesia's Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, announced that, Wednesday, October 22, 2014, the day of the upcoming Southern Indian Deepavali, had been declared as a one-off non-working public holiday for "all Indian nationals and Indonesians of Indian descent on Wednesday so they can celebrate Deepavali, or the Hindu New Year" [sic].

The dates of legislative and presidential elections in Indonesia are regularly declared one-off non-working public holidays (02-Jul-2014, 26-Jun-2014, 05-Apr-2014, 03-Apr-2014, 31-Mar-2009, 03-Jul-2009 and 30-Mar-2004), but such sectorial public holidays in Indonesia have been unheard of, ever since Chinese New Year has become an official annual non-working public holiday (11-Apr-2002, 18-Feb-2002), and 19-Jan-2001).

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 2018-06-22: Indonesian 2018 Public Holidays Amended Again
 2017-04-07: Indonesian Public Holiday April 19
 2014-07-02: Indonesian Bank Holiday July 9
 2014-06-26: Indonesian Public Holiday July 9
 2014-04-05: Indonesian Bank Holiday April 9
 2014-04-03: Indonesian Public Holiday April 9
 2009-07-03: Indonesia Confirms July 8 Electoral Public Holiday
 2009-03-31: Indonesia Declares April 9 Public Holiday
 2004-03-30: Indonesia Declares April 5 and July 5 Public Holidays
 2002-04-11: Indonesia Makes Chinese New Year An Official Public Holiday
 2002-02-18: Indonesia Promises Imlek Official Public Holiday Next Year
 2001-01-19: Indonesia Declares Optional Public Holiday For Chinese New Year


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