Today, Malacanang declared November 16, 2010 (Tuesday) as an official national Philippine holiday in observance of Eid’l-Adha (or Islam’s Feast Of Sacrifice).
September 10 is a non-working holiday, the Palace declares. This is to give way for the festivities for Ramadan / Eid ul Fit’r – end of the holy month of fasting by the Muslims.
August 23 is a regular working day as per Philippine Holidays. President Benigno ‘PNoy‘ Aqunio III reversed today the earlier August 23 non-working holiday proclamation of the previous administration.
August 23 & August 30, 2010, both Mondays, are declared as as a special non-working holiday and regular Philippine holiday, respectively. Philippine Holidays The Philippine President, Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III. is not expected to undo the previous
The Philippine 2010 Holidays was recently announced by the government through Proclamation 1841 acknowledging the list of declared holidays.