Source:Site officiel du gouvernement du Bénin (Cotonou)
Posted: Friday, November 16, 2018
Most recent follow-up news item: October 14, 2021
The government of Benin has released a communiqué, signed by Benin's Minister of Labour and Social Security, Mathys Adidjatou, announcing that the government of Bénin had declared Tuesday, November 20, 2018, as a non-working public holiday throughout Bénin on account of the upcoming Maouloud annual non-working public holiday in the Bénin celebrating the anniversary of the Prophet Mohammed.
The aforementioned declaration of Tuesday, November 20, 2018, as a non-working public holiday throughout Bénin on account of the upcoming Maouloud annual non-working public holidays in the Bénin ("à l’occasion de la commémoration de la fête de « Maouloud », la journée du mardi 20 Novembre 2018 est déclarée fériée sur toute l’étendue du territoire national"), as on previous occasions (2018-10-30, 2018-08-09 and 2018-07-24), is in line with the previously-announced list of annual non-working public holidays in the Benin for the calendar year 2018, as announced by the government of Benin, earlier this year (2018-01-24), as well as with the "loi n°90-019 du 27 juillet 1990 fixant les fêtes légales en République du Bénin".
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