National symbols of Eniarku

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This is a list of the national symbols of the Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku. Please note that there are some symbols that are not mentioned because they are not national symbols.

Flag

This section lists the current and previous flags of the Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku, dating back to when it was first formed as the Republic of Eniarku.

Current Flag

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The current flag was created on July 16, 2010. It is very similar to the flag of Erusia, in that it has three stripes with a rectangle on the left side with a hammer sickle and star. In the middle stripe, there is a Ukrainian acronym saying "NDRE", which stands for "Narodno-Demokratychnoï Respubliky pro Eniarku". This further translates into English to say "Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku".

The three colors of the flag represent the following attributes of Eniarku:

  • Yellow/Gold - This represents the perseverance of the Eniarkian people.
  • Red/Maroon - This represents the unity of the State and the Eniarkian Worker's Party.
  • White - This represents the freedom of all people from all walks of life.

Romanized variation

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There is also an romanized variation to the original flag. It is essentially the same as the original, but the Ukrainian letters are substituted for the romanized counterparts.

February 2010 - July 2010 Flag

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This flag was used between February 15, 2010 and July 16, 2010 as the first flag of the Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku. It had the exact same color scheme as the flag of the Republic of Eniarku, except a hammer sickle and star were inserted in the blue stripe to represent Eniarku's reform to Communism.

May 2009 - February 2010 Flag

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This flag was used between May 29, 2009 and February 15, 2010 as the first and last flag of the Republic of Eniarku. It had the same color scheme as the first flag of the DPRE, but lacked the hammer sickle and star. The flag is still used on occasion such as independence day and February 15 (along with the first Communist flag and the current flag) to represent the day of the First Red Reformation.

Coat of Arms

This section lists the current and previous coats of arms of the Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku, dating back to when it was first formed as the Republic of Eniarku.

Current Coat of Arms

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The current coat of arms has been in use since February 15, 2010. It is very similar to the coat of arms of many Socialist and Communist micronations. The coat of arms was originally used by the Ukrainian SSR (Soviet Socialist Republic) when Ukraine was a part of the Soviet Union. However, despite the fact that it is used by Eniarku, the Ukrainian lettering was not removed to represent the country's Ukrainian heritage. The coat of arms is also the symbol of the Eniarkian Military.

May 2009 - February 2010 Coat of Arms

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This coat of arms was used between May 29, 2009 and February 15, 2010 as the first and last coat of arms of the Republic of Eniarku. It was originally designed by the People's President when he was President of the Republic of Eniarku as a design for a school heraldry project, and later became the coat of arms.It was the previous symbol of the Eniarkian Military. The flag is still used on occasion such as independence day and February 15 (along with the current coat of arms) to represent the day of the First Red Reformation.

Proposed Coat of Arms

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This coat of arms was proposed in early 2010, and was supposed to replace the first coat of arms. The vote was never cast, and as such, this coat of arms was never used.

Eniarkian Worker's Party Flag

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This flag is the current flag of the EWP used to symbolize that the party stands for Communism and that once it has risen, it shall never fall.

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This flag was the first flag to be used by the Eniarkian Worker's Party. It was later replaced on July 18, 2010 by the current flag.