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Palace: Oct. 31 is not a holiday

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By Joel Guinto
INQUIRER.net

First Posted 16:06:00 10/22/2008

MANILA, Philippines — October 31, the eve of All Saints’ Day, is not a holiday, Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita said Wednesday.

Instead, the Palace is leaving it up to employers to decide whether to allow their employees to go on half-day so that they could prepare for their annual visit

to the cemeteries the following day, Ermita said.

“No, it [October 31] will not be declared a holiday… However, you can recall that it has been a practice, if they [employees] can allow their workers to observe half day to prepare to leave for the province,” he said.

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