The Parliament of Romania have passed a law (Law 64/2018) on March 13, which now declares Good Friday, which is considered the last Friday before Easter, a public holiday. This means that any Romanian company or institution will observe this holiday, in the same way as other public holidays (such as Christmas and New Years Day).

In most cases, businesses and local services will be closed or reduced to limited functionality and companies will be required to provide their employees with a paid day off, or other form of compensatory pay / free days, which is a common practice for businesses which require coverage on Romanian national holidays.



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