Source: Pajhwok Afghan News (Kabul)
The government of Afghanistan has announced its annual list of official non-working public holidays in Afghanistan for the calendar year 2017.
The aforementioned annual announcement of the official non-working public holidays in Afghanistan for the calendar year 2017, does not contain an error concerning the date of Afghanistan's Liberation Day non-working public holiday, which was added to the list of official public holidays in Aghanistan a decade ago (14-Feb-2007), as was the case 4 years ago (08-Feb-2013).
As usual (11-Jan-2016, 17-Jan-2015 and 22-Feb-2014), the dates of expected Muslim public holidays in Afghanistan in 2017 are a bit later than our forecasts, but as usual it is reminded that the Muslim holidays are subject to the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
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