Source:Filankevitry ny Governemanta (Mahazoarivo)
Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014
Most recent follow-up news item: January 6, 2022
Madagascar's Conseil de Gouvernement has issued the "Décret N°2014- 042 fixant la liste des jours fériés, chômés et payés au titre de l'année 2014", which officially declares the list of non-working public holidays in Madagascar for the calendar year 2014.
For the fourth consecutive year, December 11, which was declared a new annual public holidays at the end of 2010 (2010-12-10), is officialized as an annual non-working public holiday (journée fériée, chômée et payée) to commemorate the anniversary of the fourth republic (jour d'anniversaire de la promulgation de la Quatrième République).
For the fifth year in a row, the list of Madagascar official public holidays does not include, or even refer to, any one-off bridge public holiday, contrary to what was done in the 3 preceding years (2009-01-13, 2008-01-16 and 2007-01-09) and in particular with respect to the day after the Ascension public holiday (2011-06-01).
Interestingly, for the second year, there are public holidays reserved for Muslims (although this year no attempt is made to specify dates for these 2 Muslim public holidays "Les journées « Aïd-El-Kebir » ou la Grande fête et « Aïd-El-Fitr » ou la fin du Ramadan sont fériées, chômées et payées, pour les Musulmans, suivant leur calendrier.").
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