The Fiji flag has the ratio 1:2. It was officially adopted on October 10, 1970. It is set on a light blue background. A Union Jack is located in the upper left corner. On the right side, the state arms are located.
The Fiji flag has undergone some changes. During colonial times, the blue was darker than it is now. Also, the full coat of arms was used, and not just the shield, which is used now. Some have called for the removal of the Union Jack, but other insists that it stays to represents the nation’s history.
Some citizens have requested that the full arms be used on the banner. The Fijian flag is part of a nation that is a republic under military rule. The country is located in the South Pacific Ocean.
The capital city, which is also the largest city, is Suva. The Fiji flag belongs to a country whose national anthem is “God Bless Fiji”. The national motto is “Fear God and honour the Queen”.
Some interesting facts about Fiji:
religion: Christianity 53.1%, Hindu 33.9%, others/unspecified 5.5%, Islam 7.1% none 0.3%
language: Fijian, English, Hindustani
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