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Guyana People's National Congress


image by Randy Young, 21 January 1999

Guyana People's National Congress (p.116 at William Crampton's 1989 book "Flags of the World." ). Described as a horizontal tricolor red-black-green, with a green palm tree on a centered white disc.
Randy Young, 21 January 1999

This flag appeared on a stamp issued in Guyana.
Christopher Southworth, 13 January 2008


People's Progressive Party


image by Ivan Sache, 27 December 2002

I located PPP- People's Progressive Party (Guyana) flag at <www.pppcivic.org>.
Dov Gutterman, 10 March 1999

It is vertically divided black-red-yellow, apparent proportion 3:5.
Ivan Sache, 27 December 2002


Committee for an American Guyana


image by Mark Sensen and Dov Gutterman, 7 December 2000

Guyana formerly British, Guyana, it is the only English speaking country in South America.  Guyana is 82,978 square miles, slightly smaller than Idaho.  Guyana's population is a mere 650,000 people.  Almost 1/2 million Guyanese have already emigrated to North America, mostly to the USA, where a 100,000 of them have become American citizens and passport holders.  The time has come for all Guyanese to become American citizens; and for Guyana to become a legally incorporated part of the USA, either as a state, commonwealth or territory of the USA!  For more details and a view of the new flag please visit <www.GuyanaUSA.org>.
Robert Rampersaud, 26 November 2000

I haven't heard of this movement before, to establish Guyana as a US state.  However, they have a flag - the Guyanan pattern, simplified into red, white and blue.
Rob Raeside, 27 November 2000 

I glanced through the website briefly, and they say very explicitly that as a state Guyana would retain their current flag. Based on that I'd say that the red-white-blue version is only that of the movement, not of a notional "State of Guyana."
Theodore Leverett, 27 November 2000 

From <www.guyanausa.org>:
"The New Flag of Guyana, USA
The design of the flag of Guyana, USA! reflects the close ties that bind Guyana and the United States. The New Guyana Flag is the official symbol of Guyana, USA! a political organization devoted to the legal incorporation of Guyana into the USA.
The new flag was created by Guyana, USA! to in order to rally support for the concept of an American Guyana. The flag may one day be adopted as the national symbol and flag of Guyana, USA!
The New Guyana Flag is red, white and blue. Emphasizing the close ties that bind Guyana to the USA. The flag is not typically flown except in company of the U.S. flag."
Andre' Pires Godinho, 23 March 2003


The United Force


image by HV Bhola, 29 September 2007

This is the Flag of The United Force (TUF), a political party in Guyana. I have re-created the image based on pictures of the flag at the TUF website.
HV Bhola, 29 September 2007

The Constitution of the party says:
"1. NAME AND SYMBOL
The name of the Party is "THE UNITED FORCE" and its symbol is "THE SUN"."
The motto of the party, not mentioned in the Constitution, is "A place in the sun for everyone".
The party was founded on 13 November 1960.
TUF website is: <www.tufsite.com>.
Ivan Sache, 29 September 2007


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