5-day-long weekend as Marcos declares 31 October a non-working holiday

President Bongbong Marcos signed a proclamation declaring 31 October, a Monday, as a special non-working holiday, Press Secretary OIC Usec Cheloy Garafil said in a Palace press briefing.

Which means there will be a long, five-day weekend, since 1 and 2 November are All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day, respectively, both traditional non-working holidays, too, in the Philippines.

Copy of proclamation declaring 31 October as a special non-working holiday.

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