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Public holidays of civil servants for 2008

Public holidays of civil servants for 2008

One day off: Jan. 1, Jan 7, Feb 21, Mar 8, May 1, May 19, May 23, Jun 18, Sep 24,

Oct 29, Oct 31, Nov 9, Dec 10

Three days off: Apr 13-14-15, May 13-14-15, Sep 28-29-30, Nov 11-12-13

Public holidays that fall on a weekend are carried over to the following week, unless

two consecutive days off fall on both days of the weekend, in which case only one

day off is allowed the following week.

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