January has 4 holidays
Today, Monday, January 2, was declared a holiday by the president Luis Abinader through decree 773-22, which provides for the suspension of work in the national territory, in both the public and private sectors.
This day can be classified as an extra holiday in 2023. Below are the remaining holidays for this year:
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On Friday, January 6, Holy Kings daywork and change for Monday, January 9.
On Saturday, January 21, Day of Our Lady of Altagraciais not changed.
On Thursday, January 26, the date on which the birth of Juan Pablo Duarte, work is done and changed for Monday, January 30.
While on Monday, February 27, National Independence Day, it is immovable. It is also immovable on Friday, April 7, Good Friday, a religious holiday in which the death of Jesus Christ is commemorated.
Also, on Monday, May 1, Labor Dayis not changed.
On Thursday, June 8, the day on which the religious festival of Corpus Christi, it is not changed.
Similarly, on Wednesday August 16, Republic Restoration Dayin attention to Article 35 of the Constitution and Ruling No. 14 of 02/20/2008 of the Supreme Court of Justice, is not changed.
On Sunday, September 24, Day of Our Lady of Mercy. and on Monday, November 6, Day of the constitutionwill be held on their corresponding dates.
On Monday, December 25, Christmas day or birth of Jesus, is not changed.
This information about the 2023 holidays was provided by the Ministry of Laborcomplying with the Law 139-97.
It is recalled that Law No. 139-97, dated June 19, 1997, indicates on transfer for Mondays of holidays that coincide with Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Fridaywas published in the Official Gazette No. 9957, dated June 25, 1997, has been in force since the 27th of the same month and year, therefore, in accordance with the provisions of our legislation, It must be applied in all establishments in the country.