Source:Malta Department of Information (Government of Malta)
Posted: Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Most recent follow-up news item: January 27, 2021
Malta's Department of Information has published its annual official list of national holidays and non-working public holidays in Malta for the calendar year 2015.
As was the case last year (2014-01-10), the aforementioned announcement, of the official list of national holidays and non-working public holidays in Malta for the calendar year 2015, was made much later than the 2013 public holidays list for Malta (2012-02-11), although not as early as it was made for the past in years before (2011-01-05 and 2010-01-07).
None of the aforementioned list of national holidays and non-working public holidays in Malta for the calendar year 2015 is moved to a Monday, despite the 2013 general elections victory of Malta's Labour Party (2013-03-10), and their promise (2013-02-01 and 2012-08-28) to restore the system of Monday holidays when a public holiday fell on a Sunday (2005-01-15).
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