Bongbong Marcos declares October 31, 2022 as special non-working holiday
MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has declared October 31, 2022, as a special non-working holiday.
This was announced by Office of the Press Secretary officer-in-charge Cheloy Garafil on Tuesday, saying the President has already signed the proclamation for it.
“Gusto ko lang i-announce today that the President has already signed the proclamation declaring October 31 as a special non-working holiday,” she said in a Palace briefing.
(I just want to announce today that the President has signed the proclamation declaring October 31 as a special non-working holiday.)
“Para na rin mas marami tayong time kasama ang ating pamilya at para ma-promote na rin ang ating local tourism,” she added.
(So, this is to allow us to have more time with our families and also to promote local tourism.)
LIST: 2022 regular, special non-working holidays in the Philippines
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