Holidays

Malacañang Declares September 10 As Non-Working Holiday

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You read it right! We will have another long weekend next week as President Aquino signed the Proclamation 26, declaring September 10 as a non-working holiday as Muslims celebrate the “Eid ul-Fitr,” or the festivities for the end of Ramadan.

If we have the budget, my hubby will surely want to go the beach. But vacation is not one of our priorities nowadays. For those who need a rest from their toxic work, you still have time to prepare and plan your three-day vacation. It is very seldom that a long-weekend starts on a Friday.

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7 thoughts on “Malacañang Declares September 10 As Non-Working Holiday

  1. yipee pahinga na naman sana wala ng laban o bawi sa ibang holidays kasi madami nung nag release si GMA ng 2010 holidays nagplano na ng mga family getaway eh…

    Pag binawi ni Pnoy hay naku maiinis ako sa kanya hehehhe

    1. Hahaha… true! Kung balak sanang baguhin, sana ngayon pa lang maglabas na rin sya ng mga gusto nyang araw ng holidays para naman hindi ung nakaplano na tsaka biglang babaguhin.

  2. Talaga, iba pala pag hindi nakapag stay always sa Pinas. This is good news for students and working people.

  3. Eid ul Fitr has been declared a holiday in the Philippines for a few years now. Maybe it’s time the government make it a regular holiday since we do have a big Muslim population in Mindanao.

    1. I think it is already a regular holiday but the date is not fix because it is the Muslim community who defines the date 🙂

  4. It’s always declared a a couple years now. Maybe the government should make it a regular holiday by now. After all we do have a big Muslim population in Mindanao.

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