Source:Agence Maroc Arabe Presse (Rabat)
Posted: Friday, January 5, 2018
Most recent follow-up news item: December 23, 2021
The spokesperson for the Government of Morocco, El Othmani Mustapha Khalfi, has announced that the Government of Morocco was considering the declaration of January 13 as a new annual non-working public holiday in Morocco on the occasion of the Amazigh New Year.
Interestingly, neighboring Algeria recently declared the Amazigh (aka. Berber) New Year as a new annual public holiday in Algeria (2017-12-27), but on January 12.
If the aforementioned possible declaration of January 13 as a new annual non-working public holiday in Morocco on the occasion of the Amazigh New Year, came to pass, then it would amend the recently-announced list of 2018 public holidays in Morocco (2018-01-02).
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