LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky proposed a new formula for the Christmas holidays that does not involve their reduction. This was reported in Twitter account policy.
“I Propose to consolidate the December 31, weekends, and introduce four mandatory days off from December 31 to January 3. Other days must be added to the annual paid holiday” — quoted Zhirinovsky’s press-service.
No need to shorten the new year holidays. Offer secure 31 December weekends, and to introduce mandatory four days off, from December 31 to January 3. Other days must be added to the annual paid holiday.— Vladimir Zhirinovsky (@Zhirinovskiy) June 20, 2020
A proposal to reduce the new year holidays in Russia earlier in June, was made by Senator Andrey Kutepov, sent to the Ministry of labour the bill. The need for such measures, policies substantiated by the pandemic coronavirus and regime isolation.
The Russians wanted to cancel new year holidays
In the Kremlin, in turn, said that the issue of the Christmas holidays come from the established practice, and recalled that discussions about the possibility of reducing renewed every year.