Mexico commemorates the birthday of Benito Juarez, the president of Mexico from January 19, 1858 to July 18, 1872.
Juarez is famous for his anti-clerical views and has fought hard to remove the prejudices against the indigenous people of Mexico, a problem which plagued the country in the 19th century. He led a novel effort of modernizing Mexico’s economy despite a cataclysmic political environment. During the holiday, the government of Mexico hold ceremonial wreath-laying on Hemiciclo a Juárez, a monument dedicated to the late president Juarez. The day is a public holiday and is work-free. Local leaders also visit Benito Juárez’s park monument located in other parts of the country and deliver speeches to pay their respect to their beloved leader.
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