Today, like every November 16, Judicial Employee Day is celebrated.
This was established by law 26,674, in 2011, commemorating the first national attempt at union organization of Justice workers. In search of unity, union representatives from different provinces met in 1952 at a Congress held in Catamarca, forming the Argentine Judicial Confederation, later called the Argentine Judicial Federation. The date is equivalent to mandatory national holidays for all legal purposes for all workers of the Judicial Branch of the Nation, the provinces and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Holiday applies with suspension of procedural terms.
Microjuris greets all judicial employees, expressing its recognition for their valuable daily work that contributes to improving the provision of justice services to the entire community.
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