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It depends really if the night is also a chag. If it is only the day then tachnun is said.


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Explicit instructions are given in the Rinat Yisrael siddur, widely used in Israel: במנחה שלפניו אין אומרים תחנון, ואם חל בשבת אין אומרים צדקתך. At mincha before it tachanun is not said, and if it is Shabbat, tzidkatcha is not said. (translation mine) You can view this on Hebrewbooks.


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Yes. My congregation did not say tachanun at mincha today. This is seemingly based on the fact that the Rinat Yisrael siddur does not list it as one of the exceptions to the tachanun at mincha before a chag rule.



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