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Ad hoc flags for East Timor

Last modified: 2002-06-28 by antonio martins
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Although the red flag of the Democratic Republic of East Timor, proclaimed by FRETILIN in 1975, have gained a very broad acceptance and is often used to symbolize East Timor even out of any political context (i.e., giving no preference to any timorese party), sometimes the more careful use instead of it more “neutral” designs
António Martins, 05 Dec 1999

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FAO flag for East Timor
by António Martins


Atlantografia flag for East Timor
by Jorge Candeias, 04 Jan 2000

The portuguese newpaper Correio da Manhã published graphisms produced by the spanish company GRAFIA/INTERPRESS. This company invented a flag to go with these graphisms, a total absurdity consisting of the indonesian bicolour with the yellow and black triangles from the DRET flag at hoist. This thing would be offensive to everybody in East Timor, independentists and integrationists alike. Yet the spaniards kept on putting it in their illustrations and the portuguese newspaper kept on publishing it throughout the whole crisis... "journalists", they say...
Jorge Candeias, 04 Jan 2000

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A viariation of this [map on plain background] appears in the news related with Timor of one of the portuguese newpapers: the outline of the territory merged with an arc with an outer diameter about 80% of what should be to enclose the map.
Jorge Candeias, 27 Oct 1999

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