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About Liberation Day
Liberation Day is similar to Independence Day and it is celebrated on July 19th. The day remembers the flight of the Somoza family from Nicaragua in 1979. Liberation Day in Nicaragua is taken very seriously and is celebrated by the citizens, whom had witnessed the rise to power of the Sandinista National Liberation Front. The day is celebrated like Independence Day with parades, speeches, singing of the national anthem, hoisting of the national flag and even fireworks. The family of Anastasia Somoza ruled Nicaragua as a dictatorship from 1937 to 1979. The revolution killed approximately 50,000 Nicaraguans in 1979, by which time Somoza had lost U.S. support and the Sandinistas had gained control of most of the country outside of the capital Managua. The final Somoza was President Anastasia Somoza Debayle, who’s mishandling of Nicaraguan finances in the 1970's. Somoza fled to Miami on July 17, is celebrated in Nicaragua as “Día de la Algeria”. Liberation marks the date of either a revolution, as in Cuba, or the end of an occupation by another state.
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