December holidays and other Philippine Holidays

No work days For this 2008 Christmas Holiday Season:

December 25 is Christmas Day,
December 26 is already proclaimed a special non-working day,
December 27 Saturday
December 28 Sunday
December 29 is again a special non-working day
December 30 is Rizal Day
December 31 is a special holiday
January 1 is New Year
January 2 Friday (already just declared as holiday) 

January 3 Saturday

January 4 Sunday 

Other Regular Holidays / Special Non-Working Holidays for 2008

Official List of Philippine Holidays for 2008
(based on Republic Act 9492 or “An Act Rationalizing the Celebration of National Holidays”)
(exact dates for holidays in 2008 as provided for in Proclamation No. 1463, “Declaring the Regular Holidays and Special (non-working) Days for the Year 2008″)

A. Regular Holidays

* Independence Day – June 9 (Monday), in lieu of June 12
* National Heroes Day – August 25 (Monday), last Monday of August
* Bonifacio Day – December 1 (Monday), in lieu of November 30
* Christmas Day – December 25 (Thursday)
* Rizal Day – December 30 (Tuesday), will not be moved

B. Special (non-working) holidays

* Ninoy Aquino Day – August 18 (Monday), in lieu of August 21
* All Saints’ Day – November 1 (Saturday)
* Additional Special Non-Working Holiday – December 26 (Friday)
* Additional Special Non-Working Holiday – December 29 (Monday)
* Last Day of the Year (Special Holiday) – December 31(Wednesday)


**edit add update

January 2 declared a holiday as of 12/24/2008 11:56 AM

Malacañang Palace on Wednesday declared January 2, 2009 as a nonworking holiday. Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita said the Department of Trade and Industry first consulted the business community and the labor sector before declaring January 2, sandwiched between New Year's Day and a Saturday, a holiday.



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