Flag of the People's Federation of Quebec

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People's Federation of Quebec
UseNational flag
Proportion1:2
Adopted25 May 2019
Designthree strips, top red, middle white, bottom blue. State symbol in centre middle.
Variant flag of the People's Federation of Quebec
UsePresidential standard
Proportion1:2
Designthree strips, top red, middle white, bottom blue.

The flag of the People's Federation of Quebec consists of a red background, and blue bottom, Fleur-de-lis and a red star.

History

The flag of the People's Federation of Quebec was originally a tri color red white and blue flag. It had a gear symbol and a ruchnik pattern along the left corner of the flag. On 31 October 2019 this flag was swapped out due to it being seen as a bad flag by other micronations. The current design was created and proposed in the Supreme Council and was passed with a vote of 4-1-0.

Original Quebecois flag

Usage

For government usage, only the state flag is valid. Quebecois law permits the use of a simplified version of the flag for non-governmental use (personal and commercial usage) without the red star and without regard to shape or size. The most common size is still 1:2, but 2:3 versions have also been used.


See also