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    New Patriotic Party

    NPP flag
    by Tracy Dunbar, 22 Oct 2001

    N.P.P. the most voted party in the Presidential Elections in Ghana with Mr. John Agyekum Kufuor as presidential candidate. The New Patriotic Party was founded in 1992 and has for its symbol the elephant in a red, white and blue background, which are the colours of the Party. The results now are 99 for NPP to 92 for NDC (National Democratic Congress) the former ruling party.
    Santiago Tazón, 13 Dec 2000

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    Convention Peoplesʼ Party

    [1964-1966 Civil flag of Ghana]
    by Ivan Sache, 26 Jun 1999

    «… green-white-red horizontal of the ruling Convention Peoplesʼ Party…»
    Ivan Sache, 26 Jun 1999, quoting [smi75b]


    Red protest flags

    protest flag
    by António Martins, 13 Jun 1997

    Railway workersʼ

    Workers of the Ghana Railway Company (GRC) throughout the country have started flying red-flags at all installations of the company as a sign of their threat to withdraw their services and also embark upon massive street demonstration to protest against the delay in the adjustment of the tariff paid by the Ghana Bauxite Company (GBC) which they consider as meagre.
    Francisco Santos, 13 Jun 2003,
    quoting from http://www.canoe.com/NewsStand/LondonFreePress/News/2003%20Jun%202013/109877.html


    New flag proposal

    Emmanuel Enoch Agbozo, Head Pastor of the Ghana Evangelical Society advised the president to change the flag of the country since «its spiritual power is gone forever». A new flag, white with a cross and a crown of thorn covering the cross, would mark the beginning of a new Ghana, founded in God, and move the nation to its former glory.
    Mark Sensen, 22 Feb 2002,
    quoting from http://allafrica.com/stories/200202180665.html

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