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The day off will be December 31 in Chukotka

The day off will be December 31 in Chukotka
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The head of the Chukotka Autonomous District, Roman Kopin, supported the proposal of the residents of the region on the weekend of December 31. He promised that he recommends that the heads of organizations and enterprises in the region make the last day of the year a day off.

In your account at Instagram Kopin said that residents passed a poll on the day off on December 31, the majority voted for rest on the last day of the year. The head of the region said that he fully supported such an initiative, since on December 31 a pleasant New Year's bustle reigned in families, connected not with work, but with preparation for the holidays.

Several December heads of the Far Eastern regions decided to make December 31 a day off. So did BuryatiaMagadan regionYakutia и Jewish autonomyand. 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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