Posted: Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Most recent follow-up news item: January 10, 2021
The government of Guinea Conakry has announced its annual list of 2017 non-working public holidays (jours chômés et payés) in the Republic of Guinea Conakry.
As usual (2016-01-26, 2015-01-30, 2014-01-26, 2013-02-01 and 2012-04-01), the aforementioned announcement, most importantly, specifies the 2017 dates of the 4 annual Muslim non-working public holidays of Guinea Conakry: Le Maouloud (The Prophet's Birthday), Lailatoul Qadr, Korité (End of Ramadan), and Tabaski (Feast of Sacrifice).
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