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Parti Communiste Guadeloupéen

PCG

Last modified: 2009-06-06 by ivan sache
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[Flag of PCG]

Current flag of PCG - Image by Emmanuel Ibene, 30 January 2005


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Presentation of PCG

PCG was founded in 1958.

Jaume Ollé, 2 March 1998


Flag of PCG

The current flag of PCG was adopted in 1998, with the following symbolics:
Red represents the workers.
Green is the traditional colour of Guadeloupe.
Letter G represents the initial of Guadeloupe but also a stylized hammer and sickle.
The five stars stand for the five islands of the archipelago.

Emmanuel Ibene (Member of the Central Committee of PCG), 30 January 2005


Former flags of PCG

[Flag of PCG - 1958]

Flag of PCG, 1958 - Image by Jaume Ollé, 2 March 1998

When founded in 1958, PCG used a red flag with a yellow hammer and sickle. The emblem was a mirrored version of the Soviet hammer and sickle.

[Flag of PCG - 1980]     [Flag of PCG - 1980]

Flags used in the VIIth Congress of PCG, 1980s - Images by Jaume Ollé, 2 March 1998

During its VIIth Congress, PCG used two flags. The first one was a red flag with a yellow hammer and sickle and the second one was a red flag with the map of Guadeloupe shown on a white disk and two thin black stripes near the top and bottom of the flag.

[Flag of PCG - 1982]

Flag of PCG, 1982 - Image by Jaume Ollé, 2 March 1998

The flag used by PCG is similar to the second flag used during the VIIth Congress; the white disk is suppressed and the yellow hammer and sickle is placed in the upper left corner.

[Flag of PCG - 1984]

Flag of PCG, 1984 - Image by Jaume Ollé, 2 March 1998

The flag used by PCG in 1984 differs by the size and location of the emblems.

Jaume Ollé, 2 March 1998