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Forty-four years ago, St. Vincent and the Grenadines embraced its independence. During this period, the country’s Constitution was amended to reaffirm its core values: the inherent worth of humanity, faith in God, and the importance of liberty. People from diverse backgrounds engage in cultural exhibitions, festive fairs, and savour delicious culinary delights. Church services are attended with deep respect, and on the main day, citizens joyously dress in national colours, fostering an atmosphere filled with patriotism and unity.