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Malaysia lights the fireworks for Independence Day

Independence Day in Malaysia is a public holiday.

Malaysia Independence Day Date: August 31

Independence Day is a public holiday in Malaysia.

Malaysia got its independence on August 31, 1957. Though it has a long history of invasion, it was the British colonies, from whom they got their independence. Since then Malaysia has come up the economic growth curve quite well. Now it is well known for its tourism industry. It is one of those destinations, which make people get the whole Asia experience. As their tagline says ‘truly Asia’.

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Moldova observes Limbra Noastra

Limbra Noastra Day in Moldova is a public holiday.

Moldova Limbra Noastra Day Date: August 31

Limbra Noastra Day is a public holiday in Moldova.

Limba Noastra literally translates to our language. On August 31, every year Moldova celebrates Limba Noastra or its language day. The day is celebrated to honor the passing of the language law, which proclaimed the Moldovan language written in Latin script to be the official language of Moldova. The law also established its identity with the Roman language. The day is considered to be a milestone in Moldova’s progress towards its independence.

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Kyrgyzstan celebrates Independence Day

Independence Day in Kyrgyzstan is a public holiday.

Kyrgyzstan Independence Day Date: August 31

Independence Day is a public holiday in Kyrgyzstan.

August 31, 1991 is the day when Kyrgyzstan got independent from the Soviet Union. The age-old Soviet pressure took a long time to shrug off. Although the country was declared a republic and went through a name change several times after 1990, it was far from being independent from the Soviet clutches. The decision of Independence on 31st August 1991 was welcome by the common people as it was in their interest.

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Peru celebrates Santa Rosa of Lima

Peru celebrates Santa Rosa of Lima as a public holiday.

Santa Rosa of Lima Date: August 30

Santa Rosa of Lima is celebrated as a public holiday by Peru.

Peru celebrates Santa Rosa of Lima death anniversary on 30th of August. It was on the seventeenth century that the resident in Lima gained popularity due to its nature of caring for the sick and shunning sin. El Dia de Santa Rosa de Lima is celebrated on August 30th throughout the country, especially in Santa Rosa de Quives in the department of Lima.

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Kazakhstan celebrates Constitution Day

Constitution Day in the Kazakhstan is a public holiday.

Kazakhstan Constitution Day Date: August 30

Constitution Day is a public holiday in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan is one of the last Soviet republics to get freedom in December 1991. Its Constitution was adopted on August 30, 1995 — almost four years after their independence. On August 30, the entire political system became a democracy, replacing communism. The change in the political system marks a very important era as an independent Kazakhstan became a sovereign and economically liberal republic.

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