After the Plenary of the Congress of the republic it approved a few weeks ago the law that declares a national holiday on December 9, to commemorate the Battle of Ayacucho, which took place in 1825 and which sealed the country’s independence from the Spanish empire; The Executive Power gave the green light to the norm and promulgated it today in the official gazette A Peruvian man.
In this way, on December 9 of each year it will become a national holiday in all public entities and institutions in the country.
According to the law published today, in total there will be 11 national holidays in Peru:
– New Year (January 1)
– Holy Thursday and Good Friday (movable)
– Labor Day (May 1)
– Saint Peter and Saint Paul (June 29)
– National Holidays (July 28 and 29)
– Santa Rosa de Lima (August 30)
– Combat of Angamos (October 8)
– All Saints (November 1)
– Immaculate Conception (December 8)
– Battle of Ayacucho (December 9)
– Christmas of the Lord (December 25)
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