Kyrgyzstan Public Holidays News Update


 
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Kyrgyzstan 2017 Public Holidays Announced
 
(Posted on Monday, January 9, 2017)

Source: Ministry of Labor Employment and Migration of the Kyrgyz Republic (Bishkek)

The Ministry of Labor, Employment and Migration of the Kyrgyz Republic has released the calendar of annual public holidays which will be non-working public holidays in Kyrgyzstan and days off in the upcoming calendar year 2017.

The aforementioned announcement of the public holidays which will be non-working public holidays in Kyrgyzstan in the upcoming calendar year 2017, also contains a draft proposal "to move a series of festive dates on the weekdays" which, if approved, as we surmise it will, would specify the list of one-off bridge non-working public holidays throughout the year, compensated by declaring a weekend day as a regular working day in Kyrgyzstan for the upcoming calendar year 2017, at the beginning of the year.

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