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[PLD flag] by Jorge Candeias, 28 Nov 2001 See also:

Partido Liberal Democrático (PLD)

In fifth place in the present Angolan Parliament is the PLD, that is, the Partido Liberal Democrático (Liberal Democratic Party). This party has 3 MPs and a website. It also has a flag that is a OB++ diagonal with a thin W stripe running from upper hoist to lower fly. The blue area is charged with 18 white stars disposed in somewhat ragged rows of (from top to bottom) 7, 5, 3, 2 and 1 stars (curiously these are all prime numbers - I wander if this is on purpose). The orange area is charged with ther party symbol. Despite the existence of a relatively good image of this symbol in the party website, it is so complex that not all details are clearly identifiable and/or accurately drawable. In any case, it contains a white disc, two branches, probably laurel, a bird, eventually an eagle, with open wings ans holding a 5-pointed star that rests over a complex scroll that has something written, eventually the party initials (PLD). All this lies over the sillouettes of a man, a boy, a girl and a woman, which in turn stand over something black I assumed that was possibly the full name of the party. Everything is yellow outlined black, except the disc and the wording.
Jorge Candeias, 28 Nov 2001

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[PLD logo] by Jorge Candeias, 28 Nov 2001

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