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Khabarovsk Territory enterprises themselves will decide on the day off on December 31

Khabarovsk Territory enterprises themselves will decide on the day off on December 31
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Private enterprises and companies in the Khabarovsk Territory themselves will be able to establish whether to make it a day off on December 31 or not. The regional authorities will not make instructions on this matter.

“On December 31, the governor can make a day off only for civil servants, and even then not for everyone. I did not consider it necessary to do this, so as not to divide the society into vacationers and non-vacationers, ”the governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Sergey Furgal said at a press conference last year.

Several heads of the Far Eastern regions decided to make December 31 a day off. So did Buryatia, Magadan region, Yakutia, Jewish autonomyand on Chukotka. There, the day off will be postponed from December 28 for employees of enterprises, institutions and organizations that are owned by the region.

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