Source: Portal do Governo da RAEM da República Popular da China (Macau)
The government of the Macau SAR has announced its annual full list of official Macau non-working annual public holidays for the upcoming calendar year 2019, thus completing the recently-released list of one-off public holidays in Macau for 2019.
As usual (30-Mar-2017, 05-May-2016, 29-Apr-2015, 10-Apr-2014, 06-Mar-2013, 06-Apr-2012, 02-Aug-2011, 15-Apr-2010, and 26-Oct-2009) the aforementioned announcement of the full list of Macau non-working public holidays for the upcoming calendar year 2019 comes a few weeks after the announcement of one-off additional non-working public holidays in 2019 ("Special Grant for exempt from work for staff in Public Administration by the Chief Executive on 12 March 2018").
As per the aforementioned "Tolerâncias de ponto aos trabalhadores da Administração Pública aprovadas por despacho de Sua Exa. o Chefe do Executivo, de 12 de Março de 2018", and in addition to the Macau annual public holidays (20-Aug-2008 and 28-Dec-1999), the official list of Macau public holidays for 2019 also includes 6 full-days and 2 afternoon non-working public holidays, as was announced separately, earlier this month (16-Mar-2018).
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