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    #11
    at least november 2 sana magdeclare para sa mga lumuwas for the holiday...

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    #12
    Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, pwede na walang pasok. Hehe. Kaso ampanget, sandwich yung moday and friday.

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    #13
    Pag hindi na-declare ang 31, usually we are allowed to go home at 2 PM. Sana i-declare na lang.

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    #14
    move na lang sa Oct. 31 ang holiday.. tapos declare Oct. 30 as special non working.. eh di Oct. 28 to Oct. 31 walang pasok..

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    #15
    malay nyo, magpasa ng executive order yong mga genius sa malacanang moving all saints' day on nov. 3, para long weekend. bwahaha!

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by swordsman View Post
    malay nyo, magpasa ng executive order yong mga genius sa malacanang moving all saints' day on nov. 3, para long weekend. bwahaha!
    pag nangyari ito, they should send cc kay San Pedro para ma-inform din mga kaluluwa dun...

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    #17
    tried to click the link but it brought me to a different news..

    are there any announcement yet??


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    #18
    found it at their archive..

    Oct. 31 and Nov. 2 are regular working days -- Palace

    Malacañang said today only All Saints’ Day, Nov. 1 (Wednesday) is a holiday and Oct. 31 and Nov. 2 will be regular working days nationwide.

    Press Secretary and Presidential Spokesman Ignacio R. Bunye said in an interview by Radyo ng Bayan that the government is not inclined to declare a long holiday for the observance of All Saints’ Day because of its effects on business operations.

    According to Bunye, it is up to the management of private companies to decide on whatever arrangement they want to implement for their employees on Oct. 31 and Nov. 2.

    "As far as the private companies are concerned, that’s up to the management. But in the government, we have a clear policy, there is no declaration of holiday on October 31 and November 2," he said.

    He explained that the government is aware of the implications of long holidays in the business operations of private companies, particularly in granting holiday pay and holiday premium to their employees.

    President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo had earlier issued Proclamation No. 1155 declaring Oct. 24 (Tuesday) as a regular holiday nationwide in observance of the Eid’l Fitr, the Muslim Feast of Ramadhan.

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    #19
    sayang....tsk tsk

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    #20
    Ako na lang ang magdedeclare na holiday sa sarili ko.

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What are the non-working days this All Saints Day?