#news Update on public holiday for Australians after Queen's death #WorldNews

#news Update on public holiday for Australians after Queen’s death #WorldNews

#information Update on public holiday for Australians after Queen’s death #WorldNews

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Update on public holiday for Australians after the Queen’s tragic death – as politicians are given a 15-day break from duties out of respect to the late monarch

Australians could possibly be given a public holiday to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The nation is about to carry a memorial service for the late Queen with the occasion to be held on the National Day of Mourning.

Speculation has been raised that residents could possibly be given the time without work work to mark the event.

Prime minister Anthony Albanese will wait till Buckingham Palace confirms when the state funeral shall be held for the Queen within the UK earlier than he units a date for a National Day of Mourning. 

And at this stage, there isn’t any affirmation whether or not Aussies shall be given the time without work work to mark the date. 

Australians could be given a public holiday to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Australians could possibly be given a public holiday to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Speculation has been raised residents could be given the day off work to mark the occasion though there has been no confirmation (pictured, beachgoers at Bondi)

Speculation has been raised residents could possibly be given the time without work work to mark the event although there was no affirmation (pictured, beachgoers at Bondi)

Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully at Balmoral on Thursday aged 96, bringing an finish to the 70-year reign of Britain’s longest-serving monarch. 

Mr Albanese will journey with the Governor-General to London within the coming days to fulfill King Charles III and pay his respects on the funeral.

The pair will then return to Australia for the memorial service which shall be held at a yet-to-be-confirmed Anglican cathedral and embody a minute silence at 11am.

The state funeral is predicted happen at Westminster Abbey in central London on September 19.

It shall be attended by the Queen’s household household and a couple of,000 heads of state, prime ministers and presidents, European royals and key worldwide figures. 

The funeral will contain a procession to Westminster Abbey at 11am, a committal at 3.55pm at Windsor Castle and a personal burial on the fortress at 7pm. 

There shall be 4 official Australian mourners – the Prime Minister, his companion, the governor-general David Hurley and his spouse Linda Hurley.

An extra 10 to 12 ­notable Australians shall be invited to attend the Queen’s funeral.

The country is set to hold a memorial service for the late Queen with the event to be held on the National Day of Mourning, which could be a public holiday (pictured, beachgoers at Bondi)

The nation is about to carry a memorial service for the late Queen with the occasion to be held on the National Day of Mourning, which could possibly be a public holiday (pictured, beachgoers at Bondi)

They are anticipated to incorporate Indigenous Australians, representatives from charitable, non secular, sporting and group organisations. 

Canberra has suspended parliament for 15 days ‘out of respect’ which means MPs and senators will miss out on 4 days of sitting. 

With subsequent week’s sitting cancelled, Parliament will not be due till the final week of October when the Labor authorities will unveil its first funds.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese defended the hiatus, saying: ‘These protocols have been in place for a while.

‘This is a second in our historical past. Of course, for the entire of my life, I’ve solely identified one monarch, which is kind of extraordinary.’

Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully at Balmoral on Thursday aged 96, bringing an finish to the 70-year reign of Britain’s longest-serving monarch. 

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