August Legal Holiday 2020 Philippines

It is also noted that Black Saturday, which falls on April 11, 2020, has traditionally been declared a special non-working day nationwide to celebrate Holy Week, which is “one of the most cherished traditions of our predominantly Catholic people.” January 25, 2020, Saturday – Chinese New Year February 25, 2020, Tuesday – Anniversary of the EDSA11 revolution. April 2020 – Black Saturday 21 August 2020, Friday – Ninoy Aquino Day 1 November 2020, Sunday – All Saints` Day 8 December 2020, Tuesday – Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary31. December 2020, Thursday – the last day of the year MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte signs on Friday, November 15 Proclamation No. 845, which declares regular holidays and special non-working days for 2020. No holidays posted? This is because you have not selected any type of vacation. Please tick at least one of the boxes. The holiday-related events and observations we list may be cancelled or otherwise affected due to measures taken to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check with the organizers for details. 2 November 2020, Monday 24. December 2020, Thursday Are you working on a public holiday? Learn how to calculate your salary. Proclamations declaring national holidays for the observance of Eid Fitr and Eid Adha are issued after the approximate dates of Islamic holidays have been established in accordance with the Islamic calendar or lunar calendar, or according to Islamic astronomical calculations, as is possible or practical.

The president`s proclamation also highlights the need to mark the 33rd anniversary of the EDSA People`s Power Revolution on September 25. February 2020 to “restore democracy and initiate political, social and economic reforms in the country”. XX June 2020 – Eid`l Fitr August XX, 2020 – Eid`l Adha Meanwhile, December 8 of each year is celebrated throughout the country as a special non-working holiday to commemorate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, as provided for in the Law of the Republic 10966, signed by Duterte on December 28, 2017. Malacañang will issue proclamations to declare the national holidays of Eid Fitr and Eid Adai after the approximate dates of the Islamic holidays have been determined. Malacañang on Friday released a copy of Proclamation 845, which lists regular holidays and special non-working days for 2020. Proclamation 845 declares the 25th. January 2020 to a special day without work, as Chinese citizens around the world celebrate the Chinese New Year, which is “one of the most revered and festive events celebrated not only in China, but also in the Philippines.” January 1, 2020, Wednesday – New Year`s Day9. April 2020, Thursday – Araw ng Kagitingan 9 April 2020 – Holy Thursday 10 April 2020 – Good Friday1. May 2020, Friday – Labour Day 12 June 2020, Friday – Independence Day31. August 2020, last Monday in August – National Heroes Day November 30, 2020, Monday – Bonifacio Day25. December 2020, Friday – Christmas December 30, Wednesday 2020 – Proclamation 845 On Rizal Day is to be published in a general circulation newspaper.

(NAP) President Rodrigo Duterte signed the proclamation on Nov. 15, which comes into effect “immediately.” 20% salary increase for all Olympics and COS working in government. The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is a Christian day of commemoration on December 8 of each year. The proclamation also states that November 2 (Monday) and December 24 (Thursday) next year are additional special non-working days. The proclamation also points out that the November 2 and December 24 declaration on additional special non-working days throughout the country “will strengthen family ties by allowing more time for traditional All Saints` Day, All Saints` Day and Christmas commemoration activities, and will also promote domestic tourism.” .