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Belize People's Development Movement

Note: According to another source, this flag belongs to the Belize United Democratic Party (Ed.)


by Ivan Sache , 6 August 1999

Horizontal red over blue with a black triangle along the hoist.
Source: Smith (1975), pp. 340-341 ("Symbols in politics"). Smith says that these are real flags and not only party emblems, which may differ in colours when used as emblem or in a flag.
Ivan Sache , 6 August 1999

I believe that the old People's Development Movement changed its name to Belize United Democratic Party (led by Esquivel), and also they changed (later?) the flag
Jaume Olle' , 19 September 1999


Belize People's United Party


by Randy Young , 18 January 1999

Belize People's United Party (from the book "The Complete Guide to Flags," written by William Crampton, p.119). A horizontal bicolor of blue over white.
Randy Young , 18 January 1999


Belize United Democratic Party


by Jorge Candeias , 7 May 1999

Flag on the rulling party of belize ,the Belize People's United Party , is from <www.udp.org.bz> .Its file name is flag.jpg so it is probably an actual flag
Dov Gutterman , 7 March 1999

I reckon that the red-white-blue colours of this horizontal tricolour could stand for (or be derived from) the connections with Britain. But what would be the significance of the 6 black discs in the white stripe?
Jorge Candeias , 7 May 1999

Previously Reported Flag


by Randy Young , 18 January 1999

Belize United Democratic Party (from the book "The Complete Guide to Flags," written by William Crampton, p.119 [cra90b]).A horizontal bicolor of red over blue with a black triangle based on the hoist.
Randy Young , 18 January 1999

Note: According to another source, this flag belongs to the Belize People's Development Movement (Ed.)


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