Flag of the United People's Republic of Quebec
|Adopted||25 May 2019|
|Design||three strips, top red, middle white, bottom blue. State symbol in centre middle.|
|Design||three strips, top red, middle white, bottom blue, primarily used during sports or parades.|
Variant flag of the United People's Republic of Quebec
|Design||three strips, top red, middle white, bottom blue.|
The flag of the United People's Republic of Quebec consists of a red background, with the golden text saying "Independent now and forever" and a hammer and sickle in the centre of the flag. Holland adopted this design that is inspired by a version of the 1924 design of the Flag of the Soviet Union in the 2019 Law about State Symbols.
The flag of the Kingdom of Quebec served as the areas flag until the dissolution of Azarathia in 2019. When Azarathia became apart of Quebec, some places in Holland refused to fly the Quebec flag and continued to fly the flag of Azarathia. Continued use of the flag of the former flag. They decided to make a new flag and it was officially introduced as the flag of Holland in 2019. Confusingly, despite the flag and state emblem, Holland is not a Communist state, its a Socialist republic.
For government usage, only the state flag is valid. Hollish law permits the use of a simplified version of the flag for non-governmental use (personal and commercial usage) without the hammer and sickle and without regard to shape or size. The most common size is still 1:2, but 2:3 versions have also been used.