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P.T.G.B. party (Guinea-Bissau)

Last modified: 2016-06-18 by antónio martins
Keywords: ptgb | p.t.g.b. | star (purple): 9 points | sun: 27 rays | pt | hands: 3 | machete | hoe | guinea bissau workers’ party | partido dos trabalhadores da guiné-bissau | nô djunta mon |
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Partido dos Trabalhadores da Guiné-Bissau / Nô djunta mon
(= Guinea Bissau Workers’ Party / We join hands)


Flag of PTGB
image by António Martins, 08 Dec 2005

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About the party

The motto or nick name «Nô djunta mon» means «We clasp/hold/join hands» in Upper Guinea Portuguese-based Creole.
António Martins, 22 Feb 2012

The official web site of Bissau-Guinean party “Nô Djunta Mon” / Partido dos Trabalhadores da Guiné-Bissau, lead by Aregado Mantenque.
António Martins, 08 Dec 2005


About the flag

At the official web site, the flag of this party:. It is a green over red descending diagonal bicolor with a large yellow sun with 26 rays on the center. On it a light purple nine-pointed star on which there is a how an a machete, both in their natural colors. On the hoe, three detached human hands: pink over orange over brown. Below the sun, the inscription "PT" in black sans serif capitals.
António Martins, 08 Dec 2005

This party does not show in either of the two 2004 elections’ ballot papers.
António Martins, 22 Feb 2012

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