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The next public holiday in Tunisia is

31st December, SaturdayNew Year Eve

List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Tunisia in 2023

SaturdaySatJan 14, 2023Jan 14Revolution and Youth Day
MondayMonMar 20, 2023Mar 20Independence Day
SundaySunApr 09, 2023Apr 09Martyrs' Day
FridayFriApr 21, 2023Apr 21Eid-al-Fitr
SaturdaySatApr 22, 2023Apr 22Eid-al-Fitr Holiday
SundaySunApr 23, 2023Apr 23Eid-al-Fitr Holiday
MondayMonMay 01, 2023May 01labour Day
WednesdayWedJun 28, 2023Jun 28Eid al-Adha
ThursdayThuJun 29, 2023Jun 29Eid al-Adha Holiday
WednesdayWedJul 19, 2023Jul 19Islamic New Year
TuesdayTueJul 25, 2023Jul 25Republic Day
SundaySunAug 13, 2023Aug 13Women 's Day
WednesdayWedSep 27, 2023Sep 27Prophet Muhammad's Birthday
SundaySunOct 15, 2023Oct 15Eid Evacuation
SundaySunDec 31, 2023Dec 31New Year Eve

Public Holidays in Tunisia

New Year Eve

New Year Eve

Saturday Dec 31, 2022

The upcoming Tunisia holiday New Year Eve is in 28 days from today.

Revolution and Youth Day

Revolution and Youth Day

Saturday Jan 14, 2023

The upcoming Tunisia holiday Revolution and Youth Day is in 42 days from today.

Independence Day

Independence Day

Monday Mar 20, 2023

The upcoming Tunisia holiday Independence Day is in 107 days from today.

List of Popular Celebration Days of United States in 2023

FridayFriJun 02, 2023Jun 02National Donut Day

2023 Public Holidays Tunisia Service

The above is the list of 2023 public holidays declared in Tunisia which includes federal, regional government holidays and popular observances. We also provide Tunisia holiday calendar for 2023 in Word, Excel, PDF and printable online formats.

The North African nation of Tunisia marks a total of twelve national holidays annually. The government releases an official list of public holidays to be marked every year, but changes may occur depending on several factors. Article 445 of the Tunisia Labor Code directs the observance and provides the dates of official public holidays. Of the twelve national holidays allowed by law, 9 of them are considered non-working holidays while the rest are termed as non-working days only.

The government can only declare additional holidays through an official decree backed in the Labor Code. Both Saturday and Sunday are recognized as days of rest for workers. As it happens in many other nations world over, in case a public holiday falls on such a day, the nation's government has a constitutional right to adjust the marking of the celebration to the following working day. All employers are expected to allow their employees to have the day off to mark the celebrations.

Two of the holidays could be termed as multiday as the celebration is marked for two days. The law, in this case, directs employers to pay their employees for only the first day of the celebration. This is the applied law all over the nation except for cases whereby the respective work agreements or contracts state that payment is due for both days of the celebration. Of the twelve, three holidays are considered as unpaid non-working days. As is tradition worldwide, many businesses are affected and remain closed as workers mark the holiday. A few remain operational though on limited timings.