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Campeche, Mexico

Estado Libre y Soberano de Campeche / Free and Sovereign State of Campeche

Last modified: 2003-01-03 by juan manuel gabino villascán
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[National Flag of Mexico and Campeche State Flag]
4:7
[Official Campeche flag]
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, August 31, 2001
Official Campeche flag according the art. 5 of the State's Constitution


[Campeche unofficial white flag 4:7[Non-official proportions]
[Alternate flag]
[Defacto flag]
[One or more variants under the same basic design]
by António Martins and Carlos Ávila, 22 Jun 1999
See: Coat of arms of white bakground: unofficial flags


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Campeche official symbols

According the article 5º of the Campeche State Constitution, "the official mandatory symbols for the State are the National flag, anthem and Coat of arms, as well as the State's Anthem and Coat of Arms."
The same article states that "shall not be neither other flags, anthems, nor coats of arms, and the usage of the National Symbols shall be regulated by Federal rules."

CAPÍTULO II
De los Símbolos Oficiales

ARTÍCULO 5o.- La Bandera, el Himno y el Escudo Nacionales así como el Himno y el Escudo propios del Estado, son los símbolos obligatorios del mismo. No habrá otras banderas, otros himnos ni escudos de carácter oficial, y el uso de los símbolos nacionales se sujetará a lo que dispongan los ordenamientos federales.

Quoted and translated by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, July 20, 2002.


State coat of arms

The coat of arms consists of a squarish samnitic (“french”) shield quartered gules and azure: the I and the IV, gules, a castle tower or; the II and III, azure, a gallion or on a sea (?) of the same. Bordure azure, tressured or. Imperial crown manteled azure, argent and gules (there might be a “cartouche” behind it all, or maybe just a highly detailed mantel).
António Martins, 22 Jun 1999