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About Labour Days
Labor Day is an annual holiday. It is celebrated all around the world to mark the labour union movement, to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers. Labor is celebrated on May 1 in Ukraine every year. 1st of May is historically the traditional holiday of spring. During Industrialization of the Nineteenth Century this holiday has been converted to International Day of Solidarity for workers of all countries. This holiday is celebrated with various groups of workers gather together and pay tribute to the victims and struggled fighters of oppression irrespective of nationality, sex, age and profession. In 1888, the “American Federation of Labor” declared that May 1st should be the day for struggle of workers for eight-hour work day. Later in Soviet Union this holiday was widely celebrated with parades and political speeches on Red Square in Moscow. Now in Ukraine this day is still celebrated with some political gatherings. This is a national holiday in Ukraine.
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