Source: Philippine Information Agency (Manila)
Philippines' Presidential Executive Secretary, Salvador Medialdea, has announced the declaration of an additional non-working public holiday in the Philippines on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, on account of Holy Wednesday.
Earlier this month (14-Mar-2018), the Mayor of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, Joseph Estrada, has declared Wednesday, March 28, 2018, as a one-off non-working municipal public holiday (23-Oct-2017, 27-Sep-2017, 21-Apr-2017, 03-Jan-2017, 05-Oct-2015, 23-Dec-2014, 18-Jun-2013, 08-Jun-2011, 22-Jun-2010,...) on account of the upcoming annual Holy Wednesday.
The aforementioned declaration of an additional non-working public holiday in the Philippines on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, beginning at noon and only for the public sector, is in addition to the list of 2018 non-working public holidays in the Philippines, as set out in Proclamation No. 269, s. 2017, released this past summer (19-Jul-2017).
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