The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has stated that all schools in Dubai will be closed for Eid Al Fitr beginning Monday, May 2.
KHDA said on Twitter that schools around the emirate would resume on Monday, May 9.
If Ramadan lasts for 30 days, private-sector workers will be given a five-day break starting on Saturday, April 30 and ending on Wednesday, May 4.
If the holy month is just 29 days long, these workers will only be paid from April 30 to Tuesday, May 3.
In the meanwhile, the UAE Cabinet has granted a week-long Eid al-Fitr break for all federal government bodies functioning throughout the nation, beginning Saturday, April 30, and ending Friday, May 6.
On Monday, May 9, federal workers will return to work.
The Emirates Astronomical Society (EAS) announced earlier this month that Eid Al Fitr in the UAE is expected to occur on Monday, May 2. If it were the case, Ramadan would have lasted 30 days this year.
Holidays in the public and private sectors.
Last week, authorities stated that the UAE public sector will be closed from Monday, May 2 to Friday, May 6, for Eid Al Fitr, a nine-day holiday if the two weekends are included.
From the 29th of Ramadan (Saturday, April 30) through the 3rd of Shawwal, the private sector will be closed. Because Ramadan is projected to last 30 days this year, the private sector public holiday is expected to last until Wednesday, May 4, with business resumed on Thursday, May 5.
Exams will be placed on time.
Sheikh Khalifa, the second President of the United Arab Emirates and the 16th Ruler of Abu Dhabi, was born in 1948. He was the oldest son of the UAE’s Founding Father, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
Sheikh Khalifa was chosen to replace his father, who served as the United Arab Emirates’ first president from 1971 until his death on November 2, 2004.
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the UAE, died.
Following the passing of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Dubai schools will be closed on Monday, May 16th. The group also expressed their condolences on Sheikh Khalifa’s demise.
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE’s President, died on Friday at the age of 73. The KHDA’s declaration coincides with the UAE government’s mandate that all public and private businesses shut for three days. All ministries, departments, and federal agencies, as well as municipal and private enterprises, will be closed until Tuesday, May 17th.
According to the Ministry of Presidential Affairs, the UAE will observe a forty-day national mourning period beginning today, with the flag flying at half-mast.
“We belong to God and to Him, we will return,” said Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed in a tweet. The Emirates have lost their holy son, the leader of the ’empowerment stage’ and the steward of their glorious path.
“His positions, accomplishments, knowledge, generosity, and initiatives (are mirrored) throughout the nation.” May God has pity on you, Khalifa bin Zayed, my brother, mentor, and teacher, and enter you into his joy and heaven with his immense kindness.”
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed was born in 1948 and reared in Al-Ain. When his father became emir in 1966, he appointed him as his official agent in the area. Following the death of his father, Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, in 2004, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed ascended the presidency.