1. Casamance (Unofficial, 1988-Present)
Casamance is the region of Senegal that lies south of the Gambia. The Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance, which advocates independence for the region and has been fighting against the central government for the past thirty years, has adopted an unofficial flag for the region. It’s basically a palette-swapped version of the Senegalese flag. The white stripe stands for peace and justice, the green stripe stands for agriculture, and the red stripe stands for blood.

    Casamance (Unofficial, 1988-Present)

    Casamance is the region of Senegal that lies south of the Gambia. The Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance, which advocates independence for the region and has been fighting against the central government for the past thirty years, has adopted an unofficial flag for the region. It’s basically a palette-swapped version of the Senegalese flag. The white stripe stands for peace and justice, the green stripe stands for agriculture, and the red stripe stands for blood.

     
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