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National Development Party

[Brunei National Development Party] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 24 June 2010

The National Development Party (NDP) has a handsome, banana-colored flag with the emblem depicting "the initial letters of the word "Parti" (Party) and the word "Pembangunan (Development) (Fa Fa); drawn in the shape of a drop of oil, symbolizing the country's resources for development." Ratio is 2:1. http://aspirasi-ndp.com/en/constitution/page2.htm
Chrystian Kretowicz, 10 June 2010

Judging from photos of actual emblems and flags (official items) (http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/object3/12/38/n118514116458_4312.jpg, http://www.aspirasi-ndp.com/arkib/images/hmorshidi_kongres.jpg) it would seem that the whoever created the illustrations for the party “constitution” assumed that RGB green in full brightness is a suitable rendering for the actually used medium shade - which it is not. Besides, an actual flag photo suggests a thicker orle and a bigger emblem than as shown at http://aspirasi-ndp.com/images/bendera.gif.

The letters making up the drop are two Arabic letters fe, "فف" ("ff") or rather "ف​ف", as the letters do not show ligation, but are nested in typical Arabic decorative calligraphy, to show the shape of a drop of oil.

The flag is green with the emblem, yellow, on the center and a yellow orle all around, apparently offset from the edges as much as its thickness, which is 10% of the flag’s height.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 24 June 2010