Flag of Jalisco

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Jalisco
Flag of Jalisco.svg
Use Civil and state flag
Proportion 4:7

All Mexican states have a coat-of-arms; these are like flags which distinguish each of them. Also these coat of arms of Mexico's constituent states and the federal district are place on a white background proportioned 4:7. as state flags, another report refers that these very same state coats of arms are used in the central panel of a Mexican Tricolor, mainly for tourist purposes. The civil flag of Jalisco is a rectangle divided into two vertical stripes of identical width, with the colors in the following order from the flagpole with blue and gold. At the center of the flag is the state shield, with a diameter of three-quarters of the width of the stripes. The ratio of width to length of the flag is 4:7. Ribbons of the same colors may be placed at the foot of the finial.[1]

Planning about first State flag of Jalisco in 2001.

In 2001, Manuel Rodríguez raises a flag for the state of Jalisco, the proposal was the old flag of Prisciliano Sanchez, consisting of two blue strips and a strip of gold with the arms of the state in the center flag that resembled the flag of the Second Spanish Republic.

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