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About Anniversary of the first government
The Anniversary of the first government is observed on May 15th of each year. In 1894 France occupied this region. After the World War II, a rebellion in 1946 forced the French to grant self-government. In 1958 the territory voted to become an autonomous republic within the French Community and on August 13th 1960, President David Dacko proclaimed the republic's independence from France. On December 4th 1976 the Central African Republic became the Central African Empire.
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