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August 21 2012 Ninoy Aquino Day Holiday

On August 21 2012, the Philippines will commemorate the 29th death anniversary of former Senator Benigno Aquino Jr., a stalwart opposition figure during the Marcos era. The day, which falls on a Tuesday, is a special non-working day in the country by virtue of Republic

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July 2 2012 Special Holiday – Pasig City

Pasig City’s 439th anniversary is a local holiday, according to Proclamation 410 If you are working in the Ortigas business district, this is good news for you. President Benigno Aquino has declared July 2, 2012 a special non-working holiday in Pasig City. The city will be

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June 24 2012 Holiday – Manila and San Juan City

Residents in two Metro Manila cities will be having a special non-working holiday this coming June 24, 2012. The city of Manila will be marking its 441st Araw ng Maynila while San Juan City will have its annual Wattah Wattah Festival on the said day.

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Francisco Baltazar holiday in Bulacan – April 2, 2012

President Benigno Aquino III has declared this coming Monday, April 2, a holiday in the province of Bulacan. This is in commemoration of legendary Filipino literary icon Francisco Baltazar (or Balagtas)’s 224th birth anniversary. Baltazar was born April 2, 1788 in the town of Bigaa

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Pateros Day Holiday – March 29, 2012 pay rules

Great news for everyone working or studying in the home of balut! The municipality of Pateros will be marking its 112th foundation anniversary this March 29, 2012. Although neither President Benigno Aquino III nor Pateros Mayor Jaime “Joey” Medina have issued an official proclamation declaring

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Emilio Aguinaldo Day in Cavite – March 22, 2012 pay rules

President Benigno Aquino III has declared March 22, 2012 a special non-working holiday in the province of Cavite. The province will mark General Emilio Aguinaldo’s 143rd birth anniversary on the same day. The President made the declaration via Proclamation 351, signed by Executive Secretary Paquito