Flag Log's World Flag Chart 2003
Australia (Torres Strait Islander)
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Other Peoples and Places
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Events of 2003
February 4: Yugoslavia reconstituted itself as the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. The joint parliament was to decide on a new flag within 60 days, but the process was derailed and the union was ultimately dissolved before any new national symbols could be adopted.
March 1: The Vexillological Association of Réunion adopted a flag for Réunion depicting the Piton de la Fournaise volcano. Called Lö Mahavéli (combining the words for "beautiful country" and "morning star") or Volcan Rayonnat ("Radiant Volcano"), the flag saw substantially more widespread use than the previous proposal.
August 27: The Angolan Constitutional Commission selected a new flag for the country. The central emblem was based on the ancient Tchitundu Hulu rock paintings. The flag was never adopted.
October 28: The Slovenian parliament announced the results of a national flag design competition. The winning proposal had 11 stripes with indentations to represent the shape of Mount Triglav. It was not adopted.
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