Source:Guyana Ministry of Home Affairs (Georgetown)
Posted: Monday, October 19, 2015
Most recent follow-up news item: July 22, 2020
The government of Guyana's Vice President And Minister Of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan, has announced that the government of Guyana had gazetted Tuesday, November 10, 2015, as the date of the upcoming Deepavali non-working public holiday in Guyana.
Note that Guyana uses the Southern Indian Deepavali calculation method to determine the date of the Deepavali non-working public holiday, as do most of the world's countries in which Deepavali is an official non-working public holiday, but apparently this year (2014-11-07) the initially released list of non-working 2015 public holidays in Guyana had a date for Deepavali based on the northern Indian calculation method (on Asvina Amavasya during extended Pradosha).
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