Paraguada is set to be the first of the world’s new nations to celebrate independence day as part of its push for democracy and prosperity.
Independence Day is the day of celebration for the new nations that have joined the South American country in its bid to become a full-fledged republic.
More than 6,000 people are expected to attend the ceremony.
Independents, or paraguayans, have been granted the right to vote for president, but there are no plans for the day to be a major political event.
Mr Teixeira has called the ceremony a “day of hope” and said it will help lift the spirits of those who have been left behind in the country’s post-independence history.
“We are going to bring back to the streets the feeling of hope and determination that is needed in a time of crisis,” he said.
The celebrations have been organised by Paraguana (Paraguay) United for Peace and Freedom, a social group that organises the festivities and the celebrations for its members.
“Today, the Paraguayan people will take to the air and show the world that the land that we’ve lost, the land of our ancestors, is alive and well,” Mr Teixesia said.
Paraguayan President Luis Bautista says Paraguanans will show the nation’s determination to change the country and pave the way for democracy.
The ceremony will also be a moment of celebration in the city of Managua, where more than 20,000 Paragucans have been invited to attend.
“There will be a huge celebration, of a very long time, of the day that will bring back a sense of pride and joy to Paraguaya,” Mr Bautistesaid.
“It will be the day when we are able to say to the world, Paraguas independence is real and we will stand up for it,” he added.
More to come.