National Flag of East Timor was adopted on 28 November 1975 (de facto); 19 May 2002 (de jure).
Technical Specifications of East Timor’s Flag:
- Adopted: 28 November 1975 (de facto); 19 May 2002 (de jure)
- Proportion: 1:2
- Design: flag consisted of a striped red-yellow-red field with a black canton along the hoist bearing a white star.
What do the Colours of the East Timor’s flag stand for?
- Yellow: triangle represents its prior colonial history.
- Black: triangle represents the prior obscurantism
- Red: is symbolic of the struggle for liberation
- Star: is symbolic of peace. all Country Flags here!