Tuesday, September 19, 2017

#WalangPasok: Palace declared September 18, 20, 21, 27, 29, 2017 Special Holiday in Selected Areas




MANILA, Philippines - Malacañang Palace through Proclamation Nos. 309, 308, 307, 306, 305 and 301 series of 2017 declared September 18, 20, 21, 27, 29, 2017 as special non-working days at selected areas due to celebrations of various important events. Special non-working holidays are specifically declared on the following dates for their celebration of respective occasions.

METRO MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte is eyeing for declaring September 21, 2017 (Thursday) as special non-working day in Metro Manila for the 45th anniversary of Martial Law. As quoted from an interview aired at PTV,

This early, I am announcing that I am ordering a holiday para walang masaktan, walang ano kung may demonstration diyan, magkagulo. Walang trabaho ang gobyerno 'yang araw na 'yan at ang klase suspended. At lahat ng public places dito na gusto ninyong i-occupy, kunin ninyo
Update as of September 18, 2017: President Duterte clarified that September 21, 2017, the 45th Anniversary of Martial Law was not declared as holiday and just a "National day of Protest". As quoted,
September 21 is not a holiday. I have declared it as a Day of Protest. All who want to stage protests against the government, police, military and everyone, come down here and launch a rally.
Update as of September 19, 2017: Presidential Secretary Ernesto Abella said that a Memo will be issued suspending work and classes nationwide. As quoted,
The acting Executive Secretary will issue a memorandum circular suspending work in government offices, both national and local, as well as classes in all public schools states colleges and universities
Meanwhile, cancellation of work and classes at private companies and schools will be at discretion of its officials.

Proclamation No. 309 - Special non-working day in the Municipality of Lobo, Batangas on September 27, 2017 (Wednesday) for the celebration of its 146th Founding Anniversary.

Proclamation No. 308 - Special non-working day in the Municipality of Malvar, Batangas on September 27, 2017 (Wednesday) for the celebration of 152nd birth anniversary of General Miguel Malvar.

Proclamation No. 307 - Special non-working day in the Municipality of San Mateo, Rizal on September 21, 2017 (Thursday) for the celebration of 446th Foundation Day of Municipality of San Mateo, Rizal

Proclamation No. 306 - Special non-working day on September 29, 2017 (Friday) in the Municipality of San Rafael, Bulacan for the celebration of its 267th Foundation day.

Proclamation No. 305 - Special non-working day on September 18, 2017 (Monday) in the City of Tacurong for the celebration of its 17th Cityhood Anniversary and the "Talakudong Festival 2017".

Proclamation No. 301- Special non-working day on September 20, 2017 (Wednesday) in the Municipality of Dingras, Ilocos Norte for the celebration of birth anniversary of Josefa Llanes Escoda.

Palace said that it is but fitting and proper that the people from above-mentioned cities be given full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasions with appropriate ceremonies.

SEE ALSOHoliday Schedule for Year 2017- Regular and Special Non-Working Days

Date Proclamation No. Location Celebration
Monday, September 18, 2017 305 City of Tacurong 17th Cityhood Anniversary/ "Talakudong Festival"
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 301 Dingras, Ilocos Norte Birth Anniversary of Josefa Llanes Escoda
Thursday, September 21, 2017 307 San Mateo, Rizal 446th Foundation Day
Thursday, September 21, 2017 (TBA) TBA Metro Manila (TBA) 45th Anniversary of Martial Law
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 309 Lobo, Batangas 146th Founding Anniversary
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 308 Malvar, Batangas 152nd Birth Anniversary of General Miguel Malvar
Friday, September 29, 2017 306 San Rafael, Bulacan 267th Foundation Day




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  1. in metro manila does government employee only don't have work for September 21? how about in private company like us?

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    1. In Metro Manila, Why it is still TBA. The thing is when will it be announce? the other province have holiday but the main city is not. Whhhhhhhhhyyyyyyyyyyyyy *sad*

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    2. Private pa more my dear HAHAHAHAHHA

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    3. ganun talaga

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  2. Spetember 21 ? Government only? How about the private ?

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  3. There's no official declaration yet from Malacanang.

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    1. Edi WOW HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA

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  4. "As quoted from an interview aired at PTV"

    Verbal statements are not official. Don't make an article that makes things sound it's official.

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    1. Magaling kana nyan? HAHAAHHAAHAHHAA

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  5. if may rally and protest, government lang walang pasok, pano naman private? good luck na lang? ganun?

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  6. Dapat pati sa provinces. 😂

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  7. pagmay protesta My baradong kalsada.. pano kaming nasa private NGANGA..?

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  8. eh di sa govt kayo magtrabaho para di kayo umaangal... private nga eh, ibig sabihin discretion ng company yun if walang pasok... parang ulan lang yan... pag government offices, malacanan lang talaga ang pedeng magdeclare...

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  9. Government only ??? How about the private ? hindi ba kami kasama sa anniversary ng martial law? Pres. paki. clear naman po.

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  10. How about the private??? kapag barado?? lilipad? ganern???

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  11. How about the private??? kapag barado?? lilipad? ganern???

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  12. Sana gawin ng Holiday please lang...

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  13. sinabi na ngang nationwide diba..

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  14. pano naman kaming nasa private eh dadaanan din naman namin ang dinadaanan ng public/government?sana lahat na kasi pag may nag rally dyan apektado rin kaming nasa private..yun lang po..

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  15. ... umaasa pa din kami na maging Holiday.

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  16. ano ba tingin nyo sa private? hndi pedeng isama sa alang pasok? so ganon ung public at govn't lng may karapatan?

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  17. Pag holiday.. dapat lahat.. walang iwanan..hehehe

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