He started 35th anniversary celebration of the Sandinista Revolution in Nicaragua

The Plaza de la Fe in Managua is full of Sandinista supporters who participate in the celebration of the Sandinista Revolution Anniversary. (Photo: @ sanchezceren)

Acts for the celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution in Nicaragua and began during the evening on Saturday and are being led by the country’s president, Daniel Ortega, who is accompanied by major international delegations.
The main event takes place in the Plaza de la Fe, but gathers proud Nicaraguans in the “From Bolivar to Chavez ‘Avenue, which connects north and south of the old downtown Managua.
The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, joins the events planned by the Government of Nicaragua, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the triumph of the Sandinista Revolution.
The Venezuelan head of state arrived in the capital of the Central American nation on Friday night, accompanied by the first fighter, Cilia Flores; Education Minister and Vice President of the Social Area, Héctor Rodríguez; Minister for Women and Equality, Andreína Tarazón; and the mayor of the Libertador municipality, Jorge Rodriguez.
The Executive convened Nicaraguan Sandinistas Saturday from 16H00 local time (22H00 GMT) in the Plaza de la Fe Juan Pablo II Managua (capital), to celebrate a new anniversary of the overthrow of the dictatorship of the Somoza (1937-1979).The meeting was also attended by the President of El Salvador, Salvador Sanchez Ceren, as well as of Honduras Manuel Zelaya exmandatarios; Martín Torrijos of Panama; and Guatemala Vinicio Cerezo, as stated the first lady and the Sandinista government spokesman Rosario Murillo to official media.
In addition, the vice president of Cuba flock, Ramiro Valdés; President of the National Assembly of Ecuador, Gabriela Rivadeneira Burbano and Guatemalan indigenous leader Rigoberta Menchú, Nobel Peace Prize 1992.
On 19 July is a national holiday celebrated in Nicaragua since 1980, when it was decreed by the first Sandinista government to remember the armed overthrow of the Somoza.
The July 17, 1979 Somoza stepped down and left the presidential sash on Urcuyos Francisco, who lasted only 43 hours in the office. Two days after the departure of the dictator, on July 19, the FSLN won total victory over the Somoza forces and the Governing Board took office.