The Tripartite Social Committee agrees on the calendar of public holidays for 2024 in the Balearic Islands

Aug 1, 2023 | Current affairs, Featured, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

The calendar of holidays for next year, designed according to the provisions of the current state and regional regulations, is made up of 12 days

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Tripartite Social Committee

The Tripartite Social Table, a body formed by the Government, Employers and Unions, approved on Monday the calendar of public holidays for the year 2024 in the Balearic Islands. Thus, it has ratified the proposal that the Ministry of Enterprise, Employment and Energy sent to employers and unions. The approval has counted on the favourable vote of all the parts and has gone ahead unanimously.

The calendar of public holidays for 2024, designed according to the provisions of state and regional regulations in force, consists of 12 days. In this sense, the general director of Employment, Catalina Cabrer, explained that “because of the way the days have fallen in 2024, it has been necessary to choose between declaring Easter Monday or December 26 as a holiday”. “The Tripartite Table has opted for the same solution that was already adopted last year. We keep Easter Monday as a holiday and leave it up to the municipalities to decide whether December 26 is a holiday or not.” Thus, the list of holidays is as follows:

January 1st, New Year’s Eve, Monday

January 6th, Epiphany of the Lord, Saturday

March 1st, Day of the Balearic Islands, Friday

28 March, Maundy Thursday

March 29th, Good Friday

April 1st, Easter Monday

1 May, Labor Day, Wednesday

August 15th, Assumption of the Virgin, Thursday

October 12, National Holiday, Saturday

November 1st, All Saints’ Day, Friday

December 6, Constitution Day, Friday

December 25, Christmas Day, Wednesday