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Monaco Extends 2015 Public Holidays

Source: Communiqués de presse (Principauté de Monaco)
Posted: Thursday, December 11, 2014
Most recent follow-up news item: December 23, 2014

Monaco's Palace has confirmed that January 7, 2015, the date of the presentation to the public of the Monaco Royal Twins would be a one-off non-working public holiday in Monaco.

Last month (2014-11-23), a few weeks before the expected birth of the Monaco Royal Twins, Monaco's ruling Prince Albert II had announced that their upcoming birth would be marked by a one-off non-working public holiday in Monaco.

This one-off non-working public holiday in Monaco will be in addition to the recent (2014-11-01) "Communiqué n° 2014-12 du 17 octobre 2014 relatif à la liste des jours chômés et payés pour l'année 2015" which listed the annual non-working public holidays in Monaco for the upcoming calendar year 2015 and was published in the "Bulletin Officiel de la Principauté de Monaco N° 8197".

Friday and Saturday, July 1 and 2, 2011, were declared as one-off public holidays in Monaco, to coincide with the wedding of Prince Albert (2010-12-23).

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