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Nicaragua Public Holidays December 7-8-9

Source: Ministerio del Trabajo de Nicaragua (MITRAB)
Posted: Thursday, November 28, 2019


Nicaragua's Ministry of Labour (MITRAB) has announced that Monday, December 9, 2019, would be an additional public sector non-working public holiday in Nicaragua on account of the December 8, annual, Immaculate Conception Day public holiday in Nicaragua, falling on the seventh day (Sunday) in 2019 ("debido a que el 8 de diciembre coincidió con el séptimo día de la semana (domingo), será compensado con el lunes 9 de diciembre").

Last minute announcements of additional public and/or private sector full day/afternoon public sector holidays in Nicaragua, around the December 8, "Inmaculada Concepción de María", have been common over the years (2017-12-01, 2016-12-05, 2014-12-03, 2013-12-06, 2012-11-24, 2011-11-29, 2010-12-06 and 2009-11-21).

Four years ago (2015-12-02), Nicaragua's Ministry of Labour had similarly announced that Monday, December 7, 2015, would be an additional public sector non-working public holiday in Nicaragua ("asueto a cuenta de vacaciones") on account of the December 7, Día de la Gritería, leading to the December 8, annual, Immaculate Conception Day public holiday in Nicaragua, and last year (2016-12-05), Wednesday and Friday, December 7 and 9, 2016, were declared additional public sector non-working public holidays in Nicaragua, also on account of the December 8, annual, Immaculate Conception Day public holiday in Nicaragua.

In all cases, December 8 is a non-working public holiday in Nicaragua for both the private and public sectors ("tras las celebraciones a la Inmaculada Concepción de María todos los trabajadores, tanto del sector privado como público, retornarán el día 10 de diciembre a sus puestos de trabajo").



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