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Bangladesh Awami League

[Flag of Bangladesh Awami League] image by Eugene Ipavec, 30 August 2005

The flag of the Bangladesh Awami League shall be green in color in two-thirds on the right and red in one-third on the left. The upper corner in the right side of the green portion shall be studded with four red stars, equidistant from each other. The ratio of its size -when measured in terms of green and red-shall be 5:3.

Knut A. Berg, 1 January 2005

The flag of the Bangladesh Awami League appears in the title bar at
Eugene Ipavec, 30 August 2005

Bangladesh Nationalist Party BNP

[Flag of Bangladesh Nationalist Party] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 11 January 2006

A red over green flag with a central emblem of a toothed wheel with what I surmise is a rice plant, with star above, see image at

Knut A. Berg, 1 January 2005

It is a red over green horizontal bicolor with the party logo over all. This consists of a black cogwheel (diameter approx. half of the flag's height) with eight teeth on which 12 o'clock position lies a yellow rice plant bellow a yellow five pointed star.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 11 January 2006

Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal

[Flag of Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal, Bangladesh] image by J.A. Sommansson

The flag of Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal, a political party in Bangladesh.
J.A. Sommansson, 10 April 2005

Bangladesh Communist Party

[Flag of Bangladesh Communist Party] image by Eugene Ipavec, 30 August 2005

Flag of the Bangladesh Communist Party, as seen at
Eugene Ipavec
, 30 August 2005

United People's Democratic Front (UPDF)

[Flag of Bangladesh United People's Democratic Front] image by Ian MacDonald, 18 October 2006

The United Peoples Democratic Front (UPDF) is a political party based in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. Founded on 26 December 1998 at the end of a Preparatory Conference held in Dhaka, the UPDF is a manifestation of the strong and serious reservations against the Chittagong Hill Tracts Accord of 2 December 1997. The Accord failed to address fundamental demands of the Jumma people. UPDF was formed with a pledge to fight for the right of self-determination of the indigenous Jumma peoples through the establishment of FULL AUTONOMY. The UPDF firmly believes in the principles of democracy, fraternity and equality, and above all it seeks to establish a society free from all forms of oppression and exploitation. The principles of equality of nations, equality of both sexes and non-communal and democratic ideals constitute the basis of all activities of the Party."


Valentin Poposki, 11 September 2006