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Sudanese Flag Law and Contruction Sheet

Last modified: 2004-01-09 by zeljko heimer
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The National Flag and Foreign States Flags (Amendment) Act

The construction diagram (shown below) drawn by Zeljko and based on the Album 2000 is absolutely correct according to 'The National Flag and Foreign States Flags (Amendment) Act' which established it and which came into force on 20th May 1970. The relevant Article reads as follows:

Description and Dimensions of the National Flag.

3. The National Flag is rectangular in shape, its width is half its length and it consists of three equal horizontal rectangles and ends on the side of the staff with a triangle of two equal sides, the length of the base of the triangle is the width of the flag and the length of its vertical height is one-third the length of the flag. The colours of the rectangles from top to bottom are red, white and black respectively and the colour of the triangle is green."
Christopher Southworth, 30 December 2003

Construction Sheet

[Flag of Sudan Construction Sheet] by Zeljko Heimer, 21 January 2003

According to the construction sheet in the Album 2000, the triangle reaches with its top from hoist towards center double the width of one stripe (which in turn is 1/3 of the length, of course).

Zeljko Heimer, 21 January 2003