Source:Nepalese Ministry of Home Affairs (Kathmandu)
Posted: Saturday, March 25, 2017
Most recent follow-up news item: March 10, 2022
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) of the government of Nepal has gazetted its annual list of official non-working public holidays in Nepal for the Nepalese year B.S. 2074 (April 2017-April 2018), a list which contains 44 public holidays, in addition to Saturdays.
As per custom, the aforementioned publication of the annual list of non-working public holidays in Nepal for B.S. 2074 (April 2017-April 2018), follows closely the list of annual non-working public holidays in Nepal, as announced in previous years (2016-04-02, 2015-03-03, 2014-03-02, 2013-04-24, 2012-03-29 and 2012-01-30), though some changes are noteworthy, such as the reversal of last year's replacement of the Loktantra Diwas (Democracy Day) Nepalese public holiday, added a decade ago (2007-04-16), by an annual observance of a Constitution Day Nepalese public holiday (2015-09-16).
In addition, the annual Nepalese public holiday for Christmas, added almost a decade ago (2008-03-07 and 2007-12-28), has again been retrograded to a public holiday limited to public servants of the Christian faith, although a last minute reversal of that reversal is always possible as was the case last year (2016-12-24).
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