Presidential standard

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The presidential standard or presidential flag is the flag that is used in many countries as a symbol of the head of state or president. It is for exclusive use of the president and is only raised where the head of state is located. When the country is a monarchy, similar flags may be referred to as royal or imperial standards.

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