Georgian Parliament Rejects New June 1st Public Holiday
Source:Parliament of Georgia (Tbilisi)
Posted: Monday, May 23, 2022
The Committee on Health and Social Affairs of the Parliament of Georgia has rejected a draft law on Amendments to the Labor Code of Georgia which would have made International Children's Day, on June 1st, a new annual non-working public holiday in Georgia.
During the committee's discussions on the aforementioned draft law, the head of the Committee on Health and Social Affairs, Dimitri Khundadze, stated that "Other countries have far fewer [days off], we can’t take any more time to rest".
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