Source:Agence Tunis Afrique Presse (TAP)
Posted: Monday, December 28, 2020
Most recent follow-up news item: August 8, 2021
The government of Tunisia has released its official list of official annual non-working public holidays in Tunisia for the upcoming calendar year 2021.
These changes are; the replacement of the November 7 public holiday by a new, January 14, "fête de la révolution et de la jeunesse" public holiday (2011-04-04), the removal of the March 21 public holiday (2011-03-18), and the extension of the annual end of Ramadan public holiday for a 3rd consecutive day (2011-08-23).
However, the aforementioned list of 2021 public holidays in Tunisia does not include the December 17, fête nationale de la révolution, public holiday recently promised by Tunisia's president, Kais Saied (2019-12-18), but which was also no listed along with the other 2020 public holidays of Tunisia (2019-12-25).
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