Currently the law is to be promulgated by the President of Romania and subsequently will be published in the Official Gazette.
The bill for declaring January 24 – Romanian Principalities Unification Day, as a day of national celebration was presented to the Permanent Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, on 09/12/2013. The Senate adopted it on 02.06.2014, following which, on 24.06.2014 the Work and Welfare Committee of the Chamber of Deputies issued a favorable opinion.
In order to issue the favorable opinion, the Commission has considered the following: favorable opinion of the Legislative Council, no. 35 of 15 January 2014; favorable opinion of the Legal, Discipline and Immunities of the Chamber of Deputies, no. 4c-11/650 of 17 June 2014; favorable opinion of the Commission for Public Administration and Territorial Planning of the Chamber of Deputies, no. 4c-6/221 of 24 June 2014; Note Legislative Department – Department legislative procedure, synthesis and evaluation of the Chamber of Deputies, no. 4/64 of 12 June 2014; favorable terms of the Government, no. 672 of 11 April 2014.
In 2015 the National off Days are:
1. January 1 – Thursday
2. January 2nd – Friday
3. January 24 – Saturday
4. April 12 – Sunday
5. April 13 – Monday
6. May 1st – Friday
7. 31 – Sunday
8. June 1st – Monday
9. August 15 – Saturday
10. November 30 – Monday
11. December 1 – Tuesday
12. December 25 – Friday
13. December 26 – Saturday
The people who belong to other legal religious denominations, non-Christian, have two days off for each of the three annual religious holidays, declared as such by these cults.
In workplaces where work can not be interrupted due to the low production or specific activity, employees do not receive these days off. Instead, employees in these units and / or workplaces ensure their proper compensation with free time in the next 30 days.
If, for justified reasons, it is not given the time off, employee benefit for the work performed on public holidays, for an increase to the base salary, in value of at least 100% of base salary according to the work performed in the normal working time, under the Labor Code.