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Frente Mudanša

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Frente Mudanca flag image by J Patrick Fischer, 26 September 2011
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Description of the Flag

A new party split from FRETILIN and called itself at first FRETILIN-Mudanša. The first try to get registration failed in the court, because the new flag, anthem and name was to close to FRETILIN. Now it seems, that the party is now registered as Frenti Mudansa (Tetum) or Frente Mudanša (Port.).

I found a picture of the flag at http://www.cjitl.org/eleisaun-2012/partidu-politiku/frenti-mudansa?start=2, but I am not sure, if it is the old or the new. Except of the colours, it is close to the Fretilin flag.
J. Patrick Fischer, 13 August 2011

Frente Mudanša means Front [for] Change.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 18 August 2011

I found an image on Facebook, which seem to be the actual flag of Frente-Mudanša, former FRETILIN-Mudanša. They changed the colours of the triband at the right from red-white-red to yellow-red-yellow. Lettering is now Mudanša in white capital letters. Seem to be Times New Roman instead of Arial.
J Patrick Fischer, 26 September 2011


Early Flag

Frente Mudanca flag image by J Patrick Fischer, 13 August 2011

A green vertical hoist stripe, white star, white middle horizontal stripe, red upper and lower horizontal stripes, additional thinner black stripe between the green one and the three horizontal stripes; on the middle horizontal stripe the lettering "FRETILIN-MUDANCA" (sic!) in squarish slender sans serif capitals. Star is regular starry pentagon pointing upwards, and the three horizontal stripes are apparently equal; green roughly as wide as any of the three horizontal stripes; overall ratio about 3:5.

If the new flag was the second attempt, as well as the new name (Frenti Mudansa instead of Fretilin Mudansa), then this must be the old flag.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 18 August 2011