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1 July public holiday to commemorate Egypt's 30 June revolution

Ahram Online , Tuesday 26 Jun 2018
PM Mostafa Madbouly
A file photo of Egypt's PM Mostafa Madbouly (Photo: Ahram Arabic website)
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Egypt's Prime minister Mostafa Madbouly issued a decision to designate Sunday 1 July as a public holiday to commemorate the 30 June revolution anniversary, Al-Ahram Arabic website reported.

According to the decision which was published in the Egyptian state's official gazette on Monday, Madbouly designated next Sunday as a public holiday for both private and public sectors instead of Saturday 30 June.

The public holiday next Sunday does not apply to schools, institutes and universities that have got exams on the same day. 


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