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Putin promised to think about the idea of ​​making December 31 a weekend

Putin promised to think about the idea of ​​making December 31 a weekend
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Vladimir Putin promised to consider a proposal to make December 31 a day off. He stated this at a meeting of the Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights.

According to the President, now there is very little time for making decisions, since it is already mid-December, however, he noted that he had heard the request. One of the meeting participants asked Putin to instruct the government to work out this issue, he noted that the working day of December 31 can be postponed to another Sunday, with the exception of the New Year holidays.

In the State Duma already made a billaccording to which December 31 will become a day off. If deputies support the proposal, then the Federation Council ready to agree. However, if the Russian government does not meet, each region will be able to make its own decision on this issue.

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