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The day off will be December 31 in Yakutia

The day off will be December 31 in Yakutia
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The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, signed a decree on postponing the weekend from December 28 to December 31. This will affect civil servants and workers of republican enterprises and organizations.

In his Twitter profile, Nikolaev wrote that the residents of Yakutia asked him to have a day off, so he signed a decree on the transfer of the day off from December 28 to December 31 for employees of organizations financed from the republican budget. The head of Yakutia recommended the rest of enterprises and organizations to postpone the day off to December 31.

The chapters also decided to make December 31 a day off. Buryatia и Magadan region. As in Yakutia, December 28 will be a working day for all employees of enterprises, institutions and organizations that are owned by the region.

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