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Slovakia will celebrate Day of Fight for Freedom and Democracy

SLOVAKIA will mark the 25th anniversary of the start of the Velvet Revolution, which ended communist rule in the former Czechoslovakia, on November 17. The result of the process which was set in train on November 17, 1989, was the transition from the hard-line totalitarian regime imposed after 1968 towards Slovakia’s present multi-party, democratic parliamentary system and market economy, the SITA newswire wrote.

SLOVAKIA will mark the 25th anniversary of the start of the Velvet Revolution, which ended communist rule in the former Czechoslovakia, on November 17. The result of the process which was set in train on November 17, 1989, was the transition from the hard-line totalitarian regime imposed after 1968 towards Slovakia’s present multi-party, democratic parliamentary system and market economy, the SITA newswire wrote.

The country commemorates the events of 1989 with a public holiday called the Day of the Fight for Freedom and Democracy.

Source: SITA

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