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December 31 will be a day off in Jewish Autonomous Region

December 31 will be a day off in Jewish Autonomous Region
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In Jewish Autonomy, the day off from Saturday, December 28, will be postponed to Tuesday, December 31. The order was signed by the acting regional governor Rostislav Goldstein

Before making a decision on social networks, a survey of residents of the region was held, in which several thousand people took part. According to the press service of the regional government, 94% of the inhabitants of the Autonomous Region voted to postpone the holiday.

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

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