Article about the Referendum for the state symbols of the Republic of Serbia in 1992.
For the republic's flag, the choice was to keep the Serbian flag with a red star as in socialist times or to remove it. For the coat of arms, the choice was to keep the Serbian shield with firesteels and cross or to include the bicephalic eagle of the House of Nemanjić. For the republic's anthem, Bože pravde and Marš na Drinu were offered. The results showed a majority of voters preferred keeping the red star on the flag, to keep the Serbian shield with firesteels, and to choose Marš na Drinu as the anthem.