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Malacañang declares Non-Working Holiday April 27-28 due to Asean Summit

The ASEAN leaders’ meeting is set on April 29 at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City. Original photo credits to owner.
Malacañang announced Friday it is suspending work on April 27 and 28 in parts of Metro Manila due to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit and Related Meetings.
Also suspended are classes in all public and private schools in Metro Manila on April 28, Friday.
Work in all government offices in Manila, Makati, and Pasay are suspended from April 27-28 while work in both government and private offices in Metro Manila will be suspended on April 28, Friday.
WOW! THIS IS ANOTHER LONG WEEKEND, FOR THOSE WHO ARE PLANNING TO HAVE A SHORT VACATION THIS IS THE RIGHT TIME FOR YOU.
Work suspension on April 29 depends on the announcement of the affected local government units and employers. 
For government offices located inside the Philippine International Convention Center Complex in Pasay City, a week-long work suspension will be implemented from April 24-30 (Monday to Sunday).
TUWANG TUWA NANAMAN ANG MGA EMPLOYEE FOR SURE. HOWEVER MINSAN NAKAKABAGOT KUNG NASA BAHAY KA LANG DAHIL SA IBA NO WORK NO PAY.
Meanwhile, work in government offices located at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex will be suspended from April 28-30.
See Memorandum of suspension of public and pivate educational and offices at all levels in Metro Manila. Photo credit to ABS-CBN News
The ASEAN leaders’ meeting is set on April 29 at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City.
Due to this meeting MMDA will be enforcing a “stop and go” traffic scheme during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Metro Manila next week.
If ASEAN Summit participants are expected to pass certain roads in Makati City, Manila, and Pasay City, roads will be locked down, and motorists made to take alternate routes. The roads will again be opened once the VIP has passed.
As of this writing, the MMDA told ABS-CBN News that they have not yet received any word regarding the cancellation of number-coding during the days of the ASEAN Summit, which were declared non-working holidays in certain areas.
The following routes will be followed by the MMDA during traffic lockdowns in Metro Manila: 
BEWARE OF ROUTES PARA IWAS TRAFFIC TAYO KUNG YUNG MGA PUPUNTAHIN NATIN IS NEAR THE AREA.
MAKATI
If ASEAN Summit participants are going to and from the Skyway, all vehicles exiting Paseo de Roxas Street going to A. Arnaiz Avenue should turn right to Benavidez Street (counterflow), and right to Trasierra Street, then left to Gamboa Street.
Afterwards, vehicles will turn right to V.A. Rufino Street, all the way to Chino Roces Avenue (Pasong Tamo), and S. Javier Street. They can also make a U-turn to Amorsolo Street and V.A Rufino Street, then turn right towards Fernando Street.
If Esperanza Street becomes saturated during the ASEAN lockdown, all vehicles will be made to take Paseo de Roxas, turning right to Ayala Avenue towards EDSA, to destination.
MALL OF ASIA
Traffic will be rerouted at the EDSA Extension, near the Mall of Asia.
ROXAS BOULEVARD
Motorists will also be made to take alternate routes to Roxas Boulevard.
Northbound:
-Roxas Boulevard, right turn
-EDSA/ A. Arnaiz Avenue/ Buendia, left turn
- Taft Avenue, left turn
- UN Avenue/ Finance Road, to destination

Southbound:
-Roxas Boulevard, left turn
-P. Burgos/ Kalaw/ UN Avenue, then right turn
-Taft Avenue, right turn
-Buendia/ EDSA, left turn
- Roxas Boulevard, to destination

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Source: ABS-CBN News
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