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Philippine Holidays

The Philippines will be hosting the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) – Economic Leader’s Meeting 2015 this November 18 and 19 in Metro Manila, and has decided that work in public / private sectors and classes all levels be suspended in NCR (based on Proclamation No. 1072) during the 2-day event. Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation […] Read more

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Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada has declared suspension of classes and work (City Government offices only) for January 9, 2015 (Friday) in the city of Manila in view of Black Nazarene Feast celebration. Today January 5,2015, Joseph Estrada, former President and currently the Mayor of the City of Manila, has released Executive Order No. 01 declaring […] Read more

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Executive Secretary Pacquito Ochoa via the authority of President Benigno S. Aquino III has declared January 15,16, and 19 holiday in Metro Manila (NCR) in the Philippines. This is in view of the coming of Pope Francis visit in the country during these dates. The Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines has released […] Read more

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October 31,2014 Friday, is not a Special non-working holiday in the Philippines. It is not included in the released list of National Holidays for 2014. Read on in case you want to know the details proving the said date is not a holiday. The public journal and main publication of the Philippine Government, Official Gazette […] Read more

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President P-Noy has declared October 6,2014 Monday a regular holiday throughout the country in observance of EIDUL ADHA (Feast of Sacrifice). It was released thru the Proclamation Number 875 on September 16,2014 Tuesday. The Philippines is expecting another long weekend this coming October 2014 as President Benigno S. Aquino III has declared October 6,2014 Monday […] Read more

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The list of Philippine Holidays for 2015 has been released. President PNoy via Official Gazzette has released the Proclamation Number 831 declaring the Regular, special holidays, and Special (non-working days) for year 2015. See the details below: Regular Holidays January 1 (Thursday) – New Year’s Day April 2 (Thursday) – Maundy Thursday April 3 (Friday) […] Read more

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