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The andalusian nationalists use several flags with the regional colours and:

Jaume Ollé, 12 Apr 2000

So there are no less than three Andalusian independentist flags. What is the emblem of the Asamblea Andaluza party/movement? By the way, the only one of those three groups which has ever hold seats in the Andalusian parliament (as well as in the Spanish one) is the Andalusist Party, which as far as I know, does not currently seek independence for Andalusia.

Santiago Dotor, 14 Dec 2000

Proposed Region del Sureste / Andalucia Oriental

One more demand for autonomous region in Spain: a proposed Region del Sureste or Andalucia Oriental would comprise three provinces of Andalucia – Almería, Granada and Jaén. Of course, flag is already done; you can see it here.

Valentin Poposki, 03 Jul 2009

As far as I understand, the claim is for a legal autonomous community, as allowed by Article 143 of the Spanish Constitution. The proposers wants to get rid of the centralism and "cultural colonialism" imposed by Seville, the capital of Andalusia. A proposal of Eastern Andalusia "Mancomunidad" already emerged in 1924. If ever accepted, the entity could probably submit a flag design for approval by the General Directorate of Local Administration, following the same procedure as for the provincial, municipal and submunicipal flags.

The "Plataforma por Andalucía Oriental" has indeed proposed two flags, either or without the coat of arms. "UCS" has proposed a green flag with two horizontal white stripes and a red triangle placed along the hoist, charged with a yellow sun.


Ivan Sache, 03 Jul 2009

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