Malacañang declares September 3 a National Holiday




The Republic Act No. 11216 was recently signed into law also known as "An Act Declaring September 3 of Every Year a Special Working Public Holiday Throughout the Country, In Commemoration of the Surrender of the Japanese Military Forces Led by General Tomoyuki Yamashita in Baguio City".





Another bill was signed into law, the Republic Act No. 11217 or "An Act Declaring January 17 of Every Year as James Leonard Tagle Gordon Day. A Special Nonworking Holiday in the City of Olongapo and n the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, in Recognition of the Achievements, Contributions, and Heroism of James Leonard Tagle Gordon".



Malacañang declares September 3 a National Holiday Malacañang declares September 3 a National Holiday Reviewed by DepEd Click Admin on August 31, 2019 Rating: 5

19 comments:

  1. working public Holiday...would this mean may klase at trabaho pa rin bukas?

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  2. Wala pi b pasok bukas nga estudyante? Tnx...

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    1. meron po, nakasulat po ay special working holiday

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  3. Totoo ba to di bato fake news? Reply pls

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    1. its real tho, but wala pang confirmation kung may pasok ba on Sept 3 or wala...😁

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  4. Wala po klase bukas. Confirm po.
    Kahit din namn sa September 4 din klse. Wag ka lng pumasok sa school . Sure Wala ka klase.

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  5. Andami nyong alam may pa holiday holiday pa. May pasok din naman kahit walang holiday na yan..

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  6. May pasok po ba bukas?? Pa confirm naman po thanks

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  7. When a day has been declared as a special working holiday, it means that offices and other establishments are open and schools have classes.-Google

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