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Flag of Rathunis
|Use||National Flag and State Ensign|
Variant Flag of Rathunis
|Name||Civil and Merchant Ensign of Rathunis|
|Use||Civl and Merchant Ensign|
|Authority: Flags and Symbols Act 2015|
The flag of the Commonwealth of Rathunis is an emerald green flag with a large white triangle rising from the bottom corners of the flag to a point in the top centre, and an emerald green depiction of the southern cross in the centre of the triangle.
The flag was designed by the King, and enacted as the National Flag of the nation under the Flags and Symbols Act 2015, replacing the original design of the former Principality.
The Commonwealth also has a white version of the flag, known as the Rathunis Civil and Merchant Ensign.
Under the Flags and Symbols Act 2015, the flag is constructed as follows:
|“|| The National Flag of the Commonwealth of Rathunis shall be an emerald green flag, in proportions of 1:2, and shall have the following design:-
The Flags and Symbols Act 2015 prescribes the Civil and Merchant Ensign to be as follows:
|“|| (1) The white flag, described in Part II of Schedule 1, being the flag a reproduction of which is set out in Part II of Schedule 2, is declared to be the Civil and Merchant Ensign of the Commonwealth of Rathunis.
(2) The Civil and Merchant Ensign of the Commonwealth of Rathunis shall be the only flag used on or by all aircraft and maritime vessels, except the Sovereign’s aircraft and ships of war, which are registered in the Commonwealth of Rathunis.
Section 5 of the Act permits the Sovereign to appoint any other flags and ensigns of the Commonwealth as he sees fit.
The Royal Standard is for the personal use of the Soveriegn only. It is described in the Schedule of the Dynasty Law as follows:
|“|| The Royal Standard of the King and of of the Commonwealth of Rathunis shall be an emerald green flag, in proportions of 1:2, and shall have the following design:-