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Central American Parliament

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Central American Parliament (Parlamento Centroamericano)


image by Fred Drews, 12 August 2008


the emblem
image by Fred Drews, 12 August 2008

Here is a photo of the flag. You can see the seal at <www.pentanet.com.mx> (defunct).
Fred Drews, 9 September 1999 and Alvin Helms, 2 November 1999

Early this week (September 3-4) Mexico summoned the leaders of the Central-American Parliament, plus those from Belize and Panama. In the meeting room appeared the flag of the seven participant countries, in between them those of Mexico and of the Central American Parliament (CAP). The meeting was broadcasted by the cable-channel "Canal de Congreso". The CAP's flag is plain dark blue with the emblem in the center. The emblem consists of a white ring with five blue five-pointed stars in the upper hemi-circle and the body's name in capital letters also in blue on the lower one. On the ring, centered, six triangles, one in white and bigger than the others. The remainder five, aligned in the largest one's base, are blue. The triangles stands for volcanoes, geographic feature of Central-America. There are a Blue flag as hoisted jointly to the other during the Mexico's meeting, as well a Blue flag with gold fringe as appeared on the presidium table during the meeting.
Juan Manuel Gabino Villascan, 6 September 2002

Costa Rica and Belize are not not a members of the Central American Parliament. There are only 6 member states: El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Dominican Republic.  Also there are 3 observant members: Puerto Rico, Mexico and Taiwan. As per their website <www.parlacen.org.gt >.
Doel A. Rodríguez, 27 November 2002

The letters on the flag must be black.
Jaume Olle', 17 October 2004

Central American Parlament change to 6 stars after the Dominican Republic was admited. See photos of the flag and coat of arms.
Fred Drews, 17 July 2007

Previous Flags with 5 Stars


image by Jaume Olle', 17 October 2004


Ceremonial Flag
image by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascan, 6 September 2002

Parlacen Presidential Sash


images by Fred Drews, 17 July 2007


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