Source:Senatului României (Bucharest)
Posted: Saturday, February 10, 2018
A draft bill that would declare May 10th as a new annual non-working public holiday in Romania, to be called "National Independence Day" was approved tacitly by the Romanian Senate.
Three years ago (2015-04-23), the Romanian Chamber of Deputies had approved by a voted of 294 to 1, with 6 abstentions, to override the previous no vote of the Senate of the addition of a new annual non-working public holiday in Romania on May 10, when a couple of years before (2013-06-19), the Romanian Senate Commission tasked with revising the Romanian Constitution had submitted a draft for approval to the Romanian Parliament which ruled-out the addition of a new annual non-working public holiday in Romania on May 10.
The novelty in this year's bill is that it would replace the annual December 1, non-working public holiday of Romania.
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