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Papua New Guinea September 18 Public Holidays Ruled-Out

Source: Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby)
Posted: Friday, September 15, 2017

The Personnel Department Secretary of Papua New Guinea, John Kali, has issued a statement clarifying that Monday (September 18, 2017) is a normal working day and not a public holiday.

The aforementioned reminder that Monday, September 18, 2017, is a normal working day and not a non-working public holiday in Papua New Guinea ("since Independence Day fell on the Saturday, Monday automatically becomes a normal working day"), is in line with the announced annual gazetted official list of appointed non-working public holidays in Papua New Guinea for the calendar year 2017, as announced by Governor-General of Papua New Guinea, Michael Ogio, last summer (2016-08-24).

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