Posted: Monday, November 23, 2020
The Government of Romania has released its annual official list of 2021 non-working public holidays in Romania (zile libere si sarbatorile oficiale).
This includes some of the most recent additions to the list of public holidays in Romania: a new annual non-working public holiday in Romania on January 24, to commemorate the reunification of Wallachia and Moldavia (2016-10-07 and 2016-09-06), a June 1st annual public holiday, to mark International Children's Day (2016-11-17, 2016-10-18, 2016-09-15, 2016-06-13 and 2016-04-08), Pentecost Sunday and Monday (2008-03-18), the Dormition of the Holy Mary (2008-10-09), the November 30 Saint Andrew non-working public holiday which was added and later gazetted as "Legii nr. 147 din 23.07.2012" a few years later (2012-06-27 and 2012-05-22), and most recently the addition of Good Friday (2018-03-12).
Any one-off 2021 bridge public holidays will be announced by the Romanian government before January 15, 2021.
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