The workers of theAutonomous communitywill enjoy throughout the next year ofa total of 14 festive days. Each citizen of the Archipelago will have a total of ten days off for the state labor calendar, one more established by theAutonomous administrationand another corresponding to the holiday of the island in which it resides. In addition, to those 12 free days will be added the remaining two corresponding to the parties fixed by each City Council in their respective municipality.
TheBOEpublished this last Saturday the 2019 work calendar, which is completed in the case ofCanary Islandswith the forecast that the regional Executive announced in July and to which we must add those two festive days whose exact date corresponds to be fixed to the consistories. Four of the 14 days of holidays correspond to national holidays that the Autonomous Community has no power to change and which are those of the Nativity of the Lord, on December 25; New Year 1st of January; Labor Festival, May 1; and National Holiday, October 12. In addition, other four holidays are those that were fixed in their day by virtue of the agreements of the State with the Holy See: on April 19, on Good Friday; on August 15, for the Assumption of the Virgin; on November 1, for All Saints; and on December 8, the Immaculate Conception. This last day, however, falls on a Sunday, so that the autonomies can compensate with another date of their own designation. In the case of the Canary Islands, the three dates of their own designation will be on January 7, Monday following the Day of Kings; on April 18, Holy Thursday; and on May 30, Canary Islands Day. However, January 7 and April 18 are actually national holidays that the regions can change for another two days but that the Canary Islands left on their calendar, so that the only party of the Autonomous Community itself is that of the 30th. of May. The only bridge that workers can make will be the one that allows the holiday on Friday, November 1.
As for theisland holidays, which in the seven cases correspond to the days of their respective employers, these will be theFebruary 2 in Tenerife, theAugust 5 in La Palma, theOctober 7 in La Gomeraand the days9, 16, 20 and 24 September in Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and El Hierro. InGran CanariaYLanzaroteThey will be on Monday.