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A little more than two months ago, I presented a suggestion to a new Fijian flag. The reason is simple: a new Constitution to Fiji will be approved soon, and it was announced that a new national flag will come together. The only info about how it'll look: without the Union Jack.
Now you can see the current Fiji flag and, after that, my first proposal to a Fijian flag (that I re-thought):
With precious reviews from Flags Forum, I came with a re-do:
Sky blue, white and black are colors identified with Fiji, specially because of their use by the national sportive teams. The palm tree represent the island itself (and is used by rugby team), while the blue background represents the great Pacific Ocean that surrounds the island. The doves come from a pre-colonial flag, and the way they are positioned on the flag represents the peace and stability coming directly to the island. I think this flag is more representative and equilibrated than my first attempt, so I think that, in the end, it's a better flag.
By the way, a set of ensigns I made based on the flag. Respectively, the state, civil, naval and air force ensigns:
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