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About National Redemption Day
“National Redemption Day” celebrates on Apr 2nd every Year. It is the day for anniversary of the military coup, which was staged by a group of noncommissioned army officers on April, 12 1980. For the second anniversary of the coup, the military ruler of Liberia has temporarily lifted curfew restrictions in Liberia. Samuel K. Doe was Liberia’s military ruler. It is because of the Liberian people the possibility of joyously participating in national redemption day ceremonies. During 1980s, the People's Redemption Council has the power in Liberia. After 1984 constitution of Liberia the council was dissolved and which is replaced by the Interim National Assembly (INA). In 1985, Doe became the head of the Liberia. He suspends the constitution and then promise to civilian rule. After elections in the country, Interim National Assembly (INA) is called as People's Redemption Council (PRC).
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