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Friday, November 30, 2012 Is a Regular Holiday (Bonifacio Day)

A photo engraving of Andres Bonifacio, founder...
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Brace up for another long weekend next week as the entire nation will commemorate the birth of Andres Bonifacio, a hero who lead fight for Filipino freedom during the Spanish Revolution in the late 1800s.

Commonly referred to as Bonifacio Day, this holiday is celebrated annually every November 30. For this year, Bonifacio Day will be celebrated on Friday next week, November 30, 2012.

Please take note that all those who will be required to work on that day shall receive additional compensation according to the existing labor law.
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