The first and second January 2019 will be non-working days in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH), the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Policy stated on Thursday.
The Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Policy has informed the public that the Law on Holidays, dating from Former Socialist Yugoslavia, but, which is applied as federal law, stipulates that the New Year is a holiday and is to be celebrated for two days on January 1 and 2.
On holidays, employers, institutions, administration bodies and other legal entities will not work.
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