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The law of an autonomous district from July 6, 2001 #205 resized the specification statement of a flag in a paper 7. The modern flag consists of three equal vertical stripes — blue, yellow and white. On a blue stripe a yellow emblem Soymbo overhead is figured. The top Soymbo is apart 1/20 parts of width of a flag from the upper edge of a flag. The altitude Soymbo compounds 1/3 parts of width of a flag, diameter of a circle (sun) compounds 1/6 parts of width of a flag. The ratio of width of a flag to his length is equal 2:3. The designer of a flag — Bato Dampilon | Бато Дампилон (a Buryat). The law on a new flag has come into force on August 28 2001 The official documents are obtained by me yesterday, January 28, from Administration of Aginsky Buryatian autonomous district
Mikhail Revnivtsev, 29 Jan 2003
All these three flags (Mongolia’s, Buryatia’s and Agin Buryatia’s) show soyonboes.
António Martins, 05 Sep 2000
In Vexilologie 120 [vex]: 2245-2246, there is an article by Mikhail Revnivtsev about some Russian regional flags [rev01]. It says the flag ratio 2:3, all stripes are equally wide (i.e., the yellow hoist stripe = 2/9 of flag length), the soyombo emblem is dark blue (i.e., there are two different shades of blue!) and is simpler than that on the flag of Buryat Republic: the flame emblem is simple, drop-like. Symbols were adopted in 1996 (December 10).
Jan Zrzavy, 17 Jul 2001
Still according to the article [rev01], the flag was hoisted for the first time 11th December 1996 in Aginskoye. The flag is described in Article 7 of the Law — indeed, the soyombo should be dark blue, flag ratio 2:3 (yellow color stands for lamaism). The author of the flag is Batoẑargal Ŝagdarov | Батожаргал Шагдаров.
Jan Zrzavy, 19 Jan 2003
In this law the colors, in Russian, are sinyĭ | синый, for the middle stripe and tëmne sinyĭ | тёмне синый for the soyombo.
Michael Simakov, 21 Jan 2003
This flag’s colours mismatched to requests of the Russian federal constitutional law About the State Flag of Russian Federation, which prohibits as a fundamentals for flags of the subjects of federation to utillize a State Flag of Russia.
Mikhail Revnivtsev, 29 Jan 2003
According to Atlas Mira [r9u00], the soyombo is identical to the one on the Buryatian flag (vertically elongated, and not “chubby”).
António Martins, 19 Apr 2000
This flag is listed under number 124 at the chart Flags of Aspirant Peoples [eba94] as: «Agu”n Buryatia - South Siberia». With upper green and yellow stripes twice narrower than the lower green stripes. Might be erroneous, since Ust-Ordu”n Buryatia is represented with equal stripes in the chart.
Ivan Sache, 15 Sep 1999
Adopted Jun 12 1992.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 27 Jan 2000
Is any particular reason or reasons why those flag design pattern are that similar to each other?
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