Africa :: Ethiopia

three equal horizontal bands of green (top), yellow, and red, with a yellow pentagram and single yellow rays emanating from the angles between the points on a light blue disk centered on the three bands; green represents hope and the fertility of the land, yellow symbolizes justice and harmony, while red stands for sacrifice and heroism in the defense of the land; the blue of the disk symbolizes peace and the pentagram represents the unity and equality of the nationalities and peoples of Ethiopia

note: Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa, and the three main colors of her flag (adopted ca. 1895) were so often adopted by other African countries upon independence that they became known as the Pan-African colors; the emblem in the center of the current flag was added in 1996.

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Africa :: Ghana

three equal horizontal bands of red (top), yellow, and green, with a large black five-pointed star centered in the yellow band; red symbolizes the blood shed for independence, yellow represents the country’s mineral wealth, while green stands for its forests and natural wealth; the black star is said to be the lodestar of African freedom

note: uses the popular Pan-African colors of Ethiopia; similar to the flag of Bolivia, which has a coat of arms centered in the yellow band.

Ref: CIA Factbook

ပ်င္းပ်င္းနဲ့ကူးတင္လိုက္တာပါေနာ..။ သံုးေရာင္ခ်ယ္အေ၇ာင္က Pan-African ကိုကိုယ္စားျပဳတာတဲ့..။

အဲဒီႏိုင္ငံေတြ(အီသီယိုးပီးယား။ ဂန္နာ)က မြဲမြဲႏိုင္ငံေတြပါ။

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Myanmar

Chapter XIII
State Flag, State Seal, National Anthem and the Capital Regarding the State Flag,
“(1) The State Flag shall be prescribed as follows: The Flag is marked with yellow, green and red stripes in a proportionate ratio. On the green stripe in the centre of the State Flag is a large white star covering all the three stripes directing upwards.
“(2) Law shall be promulgated concerning the State Flag.”

Myanmar: 2011 flag

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