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The Malaysian State of Johor has announced that it was in the process of removing the November 22, annual state non-working public holiday, commemorating the birthday of the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim.
Earlier this year (2015-01-06), the State Secretary of Malaysia's State of Johor had declared that Monday, March 23, 2015, would be a one-off non-working public holiday in Malaysia's State of Johor on account of the coronation of Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar as the state's fifth Sultan in the history of modern Johor.
That declaration of Monday, March 23, 2015, as a one-off non-working public holiday in Malaysia's State of Johor on account of the coronation of Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar, was to be in addition to the previously-announced (2014-08-11) list of official national and state non-working public holidays in Malaysia for the calendar year 2015. But, as per today's announcement, it will be the first occurrence of a new annual non-working public holiday, on March 23, to commemorate the yearly anniversary of the coronation of the sultan of Johor.
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