#WalangPasok: September 18, 20, 21, 27, 29, 2017 special holiday declared in selected areas

    MANILA, Philippines - (UPDATED) There will be no classes and work in selected areas for the specific dates of September 2017 (18, 20, 21, 27, 29) to give way for the celebration of local events, Malacañang Palace declared.

    #WalangPasok: September 18, 20, 21, 27, 29, 2017 special holiday

    Local holidays were proclaimed by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte through Executive Secretary Salvador C. Medialdea.

    Proclamation numbers 295, 301, 305-309 declare special non-working day in the following areas: Bansalan, Davao del Sur; Dingras, Ilocos Norte; Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat; San Rafael, Bulacan; San Mateo, Rizal; Malvar, Batangas and Lobo, Batangas.

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    As per the Office of the Executive Secretary, MC No. 26 will only cover the executive branch of government, including LGUs, and public schools at all levels, including state and LGU universities and colleges and technical and vocational schools.

    In the case of the public sector, "the suspension of work in private companies and classes in private schools in the affected areas is left to the sound discretion of their respective heads," the MC stated.

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    Observances and celebrations include foundation day, cityhood anniversary and festival. Note that such holidays are applicable only to the immediate area concerned.

    Proclamation No. 295: Celebration of 65th Foundation Day of the Municipality of Bansalan, Davao del Sur on Monday, September 18.

    Proclamation No. 301: Commemoration of birth anniversary of Josefa LLanes Escoda, Worl War II heroine and the founder of Girl Scouts of the Philippines, on September 20 (Wednesday) in the Municipality of of Dingras, Ilocos Norte.

    Proclamation No. 305: Celebration of 17th Cityhood anniversary and the Takakudong Festival 2017 in the City of Tacurong on Monday, September 18.

    Proclamation No. 306: Celebration of the 267th Foundation Day of the Municipality of San Rafael, Bulacan on Friday, September 29.

    Proclamation No. 307: Celebration of the 446th Foundation Day of the Municipality of San Mateo, Rizal on Thursday, September 21.

    Proclamation No. 308: Commemoration of the 152nd birth anniversary of General Miguel Malvar on Wednesday, September 27 in the municipality of Malvar, Batangas.

    Proclamation No. 309: Celebration of 146th Founding Anniversary in the Municipality of Lobo, Batangas on Wednesday, September 27.

    Special Holiday Area Celebration
    September 18 (Monday) Bansalan, Davao del Sur 65th Foundation Day
    September 18 (Monday) Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat 17th Cityhood anniversary and the Takakudong Festival 2017
    September 20 (Wednesday) Dingras, Ilocos Norte Birth anniversary of Josefa LLanes Escoda
    September 21 (Thursday) San Mateo, Rizal 446th Foundation Day
    September 27 (Wednesday) Lobo, Batangas 146th Founding Anniversary
    September 27 (Wednesday) Malvar, Batangas 152nd birth anniversary of General Miguel Malvar
    September 29 (Friday) San Rafael, Bulacan 267th Foundation Day

    Malacañang Palace said that it is proper that the people on the said areas be given full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies.

    READ: Holidays, Observances in the Philippines for 2017

    As defined in the Administrative Code of 1987, Book III, Chapter 2, Section 4, Proclamations are "acts of the President fixing a date or declaring a status or condition of public moment or interest, upon the existence of which the operation of a specific law or regulation is made to depend, shall be promulgated in proclamations which shall have the force of an executive order."
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