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DUBAI – The UAE’s Federal Authority for Government Human Resources on Sunday (September 8) announced a revised list of holidays for 2019.
According to the authority, Commemoration Day will be observed on November 30 (Saturday), instead of December 1.
The authority also announced a holiday for Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) on the 12th of Rabi Ul Awwal, 1441.
The holidays will be enjoyed by both public and private sector employees.
الهيئة تعمم جدول #العطلات_الرسمية المعتمدة في الدولة استناداً لقرار #مجلس_الوزراء 37 لسنة 2019 المعدل لبعض أحكام قرار 27 لسنة 2019 بشأن العطلات الرسمية @UAE_BARQ @MSDAR_NEWS @wamnews @Sharjahnews @sharjah_radio pic.twitter.com/eoxDQeEjFF
— FAHR (@FAHR_UAE) September 8, 2019
New Year: (January 1, 2020)
Eid Al Fitr: (29 Ramadan-3 Shawwal)
Arafah Day: (9 Dhu al Hijjah)
Eid Al Adha: (10-12 Dhu al Hijjah)
Hijri New Year: (August 23)
Commemoration Day: (December 1)
National Day: (December 2-3)
Source: UAE Cabinet
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