No official indication on ‘Ramadan’ end holidays
KUWAIT CITY, March 27: No official indication has so far surfaced on the approval of the suspension of work in the last 10 days of Ramadan, reports Al-Anba daily quoting a reliable source from the government.
The source pointed out it is difficult to implement such a proposal; especially since the Eid holiday could be five to nine days. He explained this depends on the duration of the holy month – whether it will be 29 days according to Al-Ajiri calendar or the month will be completed in case of not sighting the crescent, as well as the directives of the Council Ministers. Another government source disclosed in an exclusive statement to the daily that the Civil Service Commission has not been officially informed regarding the suspension of work in the last 10 days of Ramadan.
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