Last modified: 2002-05-31 by ivan sache
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by Ivan Sache
The website of Hellenic Front shows a photography of a speaker with three vertical flags hanging over him. The first is the Greek plain cross flag (blue cross on white field) and the third is the flag of the Greek Orthodox Church (yellow flag with black double-headed eagle). Between these flags is a white flag with a thin blue cross and an emblem in the middle. The emblem is the Hellenic Front emblem, which can be seen in upper left corner of the web page, inscribed in a blue circle. The three flags are swallow-tailed.
I have inferred that the Hellenic Front flag could be, in its horizontal version, a white field with a thin blue cross and the party emblem in the center, inscribed in a blue circle.
There is nothing that I can read on the site. The Greek plain cross and Greek Orthodox Church flags used let me think that Hellenic Front is a right-wing party or movement,
Ivan Sache, 19 November 2001