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Long weekends of 2023: this is how the official rest days remain

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Long weekends of 2023: this is how the official rest days remain

What days do you not work in 2023?

Some official dates fall on weekdays, however, these can be moved to Monday to take advantage of as a bridge and some others remain unchanged.

  • Sunday January 1: New Year
  • Monday, February 6: Mexican Constitution Day, first long weekend of 2023
  • Monday March 20: Birthday of Benito Juárez, second long weekend of 2023
  • Monday May 1: International Workers’ Day, third long weekend of 2023
  • Saturday September 16: Mexican Independence Day.
  • Monday November 20: Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, fourth long weekend of 2023
  • Monday December 25: Christmas, last long weekend of the year

Easter 2023: do you work?

According to the liturgical calendar, Holy Week will be on the following dates:

  • April 2 – Palm Sunday.
  • April 3 – Monday.
  • April 4 – Tuesday.
  • April 5 – Wednesday.
  • April 6 – Holy Thursday.
  • April 7 – Good Friday.
  • April 8 – Glory Saturday.
  • April 9 – Resurrection Sunday.

In accordance with the Federal Labor Law, the days of Holy Week are not official holidays; however, there may be agreements between the employer and the worker not to work during that period.



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