Find out here if this is a holiday Monday June 20 in our country.
Many people have questioned whether it is a holiday next Monday, June 20, since in many calendars that day is marked in red, while others coincide with the official holiday on Tuesday, June 21.
Chilean legislation establishes as a legal holiday the day of the winter solstice of each year in the southern hemisphere, as National Day of Indigenous Peoples. The next holidays in Chile are the following:
- Tuesday June 21: National Day of Indigenous Peoples.
- Monday June 27: Saint Peter and Saint Paul
- Saturday July 16: San Pedro and San Pablo.
- Monday, August 15: Assumption of the Virgin.
- Sunday, September 4: Exit Plebiscite: Inalienable.
- Sunday September 18: National Independence: Inalienable.
- Monday, September 19: Day of the Glories of the Army: Inalienable.
- Monday, October 10: Encounter of Two Worlds.
- Monday, October 31: Day of the Evangelical and Protestant Churches.
- Tuesday, November 1: All Saints’ Day.
- Thursday December 8: Immaculate Conception.
- Sunday, December 25: Christmas (Indispensable).
Is Monday June 20 a holiday in our country?
Monday June 20 does not correspond to a legal holiday. However, hundreds of workers will ask for Monday off to make the traditional “sandwich” foryeah have a long weekend. This can be done legally according to the Labor Code.