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Samoan Public Holidays June 1 and 4

Source: Samoan Ministry Of Commerce, Industry And Labour (Matagaluega o Pisinisi, Alamanuia, Leipa)
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2018


The Chief Executive Officer of the Samoan Ministry of Commerce, Industry And Labour (M.C.I.L) has announced that the government of Samoa had declared Friday and Monday, June 1 and 4, 2018, as non-working public holidays in Samoa on account of the upcoming 56th Samoan Independence Day Celebrations.

Two years ago (2016-05-29), The Chief Executive Officer of the Samoan Ministry of Commerce, Industry And Labour (M.C.I.L) had announced that the government of Samoa had declared Wednesday to Friday, June 1-3, 2016, as non-working public holidays in Samoa on account of the then upcoming 54th Samoan Independence Day Celebrations.

The year before that (2015-05-27), the Chief Executive Officer of the Samoan Ministry of Commerce, Industry And Labour, Auelua Samuelu Enari, had announced that the government of Samoa had declared Tuesday, June 2, 2015, as a one-off non-working public holiday in Samoa to extend the upcoming, June 1st, non-working public holiday in Samoa on account of the 53rd Independence Day.

The declaration of Friday and Monday, June 1 and 4, 2018, as non-working public holidays in Samoa on account of the upcoming 56th Samoan Independence Day Celebrations, is in addition to the quadrennial list of official non-working public holidays in Samoa for the calendar years 2015-2016-2017-2018, as released by the Samoan Ministry of Commerce, Industry And Labour in past years (2014-04-20 and 2011-09-06), and follows a series of similar rugby and election-related one-off public holidays in Samoa (2018-04-04, 2017-09-26, 2016-12-18, 2016-02-17, 2010-06-05, 2010-06-02, 2007-04-12 and 2007-04-06).


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