Deputies from the Communist party in the Duma introduced a bill to abolish the Christmas holidays

In the state Duma proposed to cancel new year holidays. This initiative was initiated by deputies of fraction of the Communist party. About it reports TASS.

“On the question of the abolition of the Christmas holidays comes lots of letters. The citizens of Russia in the beginning of the new year remain unpaid and need to return business days in full”, – declared in party.

If 31 December is a nonworking day, citizens will be able to “calmly prepare for the New year without the cost of working time that takes place in the present time”, the authors of the bill.

The Communists propose to consolidate the status of holidays up to 31 December, 1 and 7 January (Christmas). In addition, holidays in the Communist party propose to do on March 18 (the day of the reunification of the Crimea with Russia) and 7 November (October revolution day). The bill is published in the parliamentary electronic database. Crimea became part of Russia in 2014, according to the results of the referendum.