Source:Primature du Togo (Lome)
Posted: Friday, January 10, 2014
Earlier tonight, the government of Togo has announced that, once again, the annual January 13 non-working public holiday in Togo, had been canceled ("la fête du 13 janvier... serait un jour ouvrable").
Six years ago (2008-01-10), government Spokesman, Pascal Bodjona, had announced that the government had suspended the celebration of the 13th of January as a national holiday. But this was in practice limited to 2008, and the Liberation Day public holiday had been observed as a non-working public holiday since 2009 again.
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