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Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty Holiday in Somalia

Is Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty Holiday a Public Holiday?

Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty Holiday is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty Holiday Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015TueMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2016ThuMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2017FriMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2018SatMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2019SunMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2020TueMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2021WedMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2022ThuMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2023FriMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2024SunMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday
2025MonMay 19Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty HolidayCommon local holiday

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