The Labor Department has published a draft government decree on holidays in 2022. The department proposes that the May holidays last from April 30 to May 3 and from May 7 to 10.
“The draft resolution proposes days off on January 1 and 2 (Saturday and Sunday), coinciding with non-working holidays, in accordance with Part 2 of Art. 112 of the Labor Code, to postpone to May 3 and May 10, respectively, “- says the explanatory note to the document (quoted by” Interfax “). The Ministry of Labor also proposes to move the day of rest from Saturday, March 5, to Monday, March 7.
The Ministry of Labor is proposed to make festive:
- December 31 – January 9;
- February 23;
- March 6-8;
- April 30 – May 3;
- May 7-10;
- June 11-13;
- November 4-6.
The head of the Ministry of Labor Anton Kotyakov said today, June 4, that the department will consider the introduction of a permanent day off on December 31. According to a SuperJob poll, 80% of Russians want to rest on the last day of the year.
How Muscovites spent the long May holidays, – in the material of “Kommersant” “Triumph of visitors.”