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Kyrgyzstan Public Holiday November 7
 
(Posted on Tuesday, October 24, 2017)

Source: Kabar Kyrgyz National News Agency (Bishkek)

The Ministry of Labour, Migration and Youth of the Kyrgyz Republic has announced that Tuesday, November 7, 2017, would be an official non-working public holiday in Kyrgyzstan, on account of the upcoming Day of the Great October Socialist Revolution, annual non-working public holiday of the Kyrgyz Republic.

The aforementioned announcement, as those in past years (28-Oct-2015, 02-Nov-2012 and 02-Nov-2011), were made in accordance with Article 113 of the Labor Code, and in line with the approved calendar of 2017 public holidays of the Kyrgyz Republic as announced late last year (09-Jan-2017).

The November 7 public holiday of the Kyrgyz Republic had been removed from the list of Kyrgyzstan public holidays in 1991, following the fall of the Soviet Union. But, a decade later (10-Dec-2001), Kyrgyzstan's parliament voted to reinstate the November 7 annual anniversary of Russia's 1917 Bolshevik revolution as a non-working public holiday.

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