Día de la Revolución Day is commended each year in Mexico on November twentieth. On this day, Mexicans recall and praise the Revolution which began in 1910 and went on for around ten years. The occasion is once in a while alluded to by its date, el veinte de noviembre the twentieth of November. The official date is November 20, yet these days understudies and specialists get the three day weekend on the third Monday of November, regardless of which date it falls on. The unrest started in 1910, started by Francisco I. Madero, a reformist essayist and government official from the territory of Chihuahua, to expel President Porfirio Diaz who had been in control for more than 30 years.
Francisco Madero was one of numerous individuals in Mexico who were worn out on Diaz' dictator run the show. Alongside his bureau, Diaz was maturing while at the same time holding firmly to the reins of the nation. Madero shaped the Anti-Reelectionist Party and kept running against Diaz, yet the races were fixed and Diaz won once more. Diaz had Madero imprisoned in San Luis Potosí. Upon his discharge, he fled to Texas where he composed the Plan of San Luis Potosi, which encouraged the general population to ascend in arms against the administration so as to re-introduce majority rules system in the nation. The date of November twentieth at 6 pm was set for the revolt to start.