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Holiday Amendment (Mental Health)

Overview


Purpose

The amendment seeks to codify a day of observance for topics related to mental health awareness and advocacy.

Implementation

The amendment shall be implemented immediately.

Author

Greylyn

Signatory

Wascoitan

Result

Passed. Required a majority in favour to pass.

Kavagrad
Kongoland
Nottinhaps
Podria
The Final Horseman
Wascoitan

Libertasnia

Existing Law


  1. The official holidays of the region shall be the following:

    1. Assembly Day; celebrated on 14 January to commemorate the founding of the region

    2. Constitution Day; celebrated on 19 February to remember the enactment of the Constitution

    3. International Women’s Day; celebrated on 8 March to recognise the accomplishments of women throughout global history

    4. Earth Day; celebrated on 22 April to mark the struggles of the environmental movement in creating a sustainable world

    5. International Workers' Day; celebrated on 1 May to recognise the strength of the united global working classes

    6. LGBT+ Pride Day; celebrated on 17 May to honour the continuing struggles of LGBT+ activists and revolutionaries

    7. August Farce Day; celebrated on 29 August to memorialise the failed illegal invasion of the region

    8. Unity Day; celebrated on 6 September to commemorate the enactment of the regional motto, 'Unity in Diversity'

    9. Revolution Day; celebrated on 8 November to lionise the world’s first explicitly socialist revolution in Russia

Proposed Law


  1. The official holidays of the region shall be the following:

    1. Assembly Day; celebrated on 14 January to commemorate the founding of the region

    2. Constitution Day; celebrated on 19 February to remember the enactment of the Constitution

    3. International Women’s Day; celebrated on 8 March to recognise the accomplishments of women throughout global history

    4. Earth Day; celebrated on 22 April to mark the struggles of the environmental movement in creating a sustainable world

    5. International Workers' Day; celebrated on 1 May to recognise the strength of the united global working classes

    6. LGBT+ Pride Day; celebrated on 17 May to honour the continuing struggles of LGBT+ activists and revolutionaries

    7. August Farce Day; celebrated on 29 August to memorialise the failed illegal invasion of the region

    8. Unity Day; celebrated on 6 September to commemorate the enactment of the regional motto, 'Unity in Diversity'

    9. World Mental Health Day; celebrated on 10 October to acknowledge the struggle comrades go through with mental health

    10. Revolution Day; celebrated on 8 November to lionise the world’s first explicitly socialist revolution in Russia

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