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Portugal Parliament Considers November 25 Public Holidays Bill

Source: Assembleia da República (Lisboa)
Posted: Thursday, May 19, 2022


The Chega Party has submitted a bill to Portugal's Parliament which would make November 25 a new annual Portuguese public holiday, in addition to January 1st, Shrove Tuesday, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, April 25th, May 1st, Corpus Christi, June 10th, August 15th, October 5th, November 1st, December 1st, 8th and 25th.

Over the years, it is Carnival which is proposed as a new annual public holiday in Portugal (2021-10-22, 2020-02-29, 2017-01-19, 2017-01-12 and 2017-01-02). Traditionally, Carnival is an annual optional public holiday for Portugal's public sector, as reconfirmed, following the reintroduction of 4 annual non-working public holidays in Portugal (2016-03-19, 2016-01-08 and 2012-08-01).



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