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Belize People's Development Movement

Note: According to another source, this flag belongs to the Belize United Democratic Party (Ed.)

image by Ivan Sache, 6 August 1999

Horizontal red over blue with a black triangle along the hoist.
Source: Smith (1975), pp. 340-341 ("Symbols in politics"). Smith says that these are real flags and not only party emblems, which may differ in colours when used as emblem or in a flag.
Ivan Sache, 6 August 1999

I believe that the old People's Development Movement changed its name to Belize United Democratic Party (led by Esquivel), and also they changed (later?) the flag
Jaume Ollé, 19 September 1999


Belize People's United Party

image by Randy Young, 18 January 1999

Belize People's United Party (from the book "The Complete Guide to Flags," written by William Crampton, p.119). A horizontal bicolor of blue over white.
Randy Young , 18 January 1999


Belize United Democratic Party

image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 14 March 2017

Flag of the ruling party of Belize, the Belize People's United Party , is from <www.udp.org.bz> .Its file name is flag.jpg so it is probably an actual flag
Dov Gutterman, 7 March 1999

I reckon that the red-white-blue colours of this horizontal tricolour could stand for (or be derived from) the connections with Britain. But what would be the significance of the 6 black discs in the white stripe?
Jorge Candeias, 7 May 1999

Previously Reported Flag

image by Randy Young, 18 January 1999

Belize United Democratic Party (from the book "The Complete Guide to Flags," written by William Crampton, p.119 [cra90b]. A horizontal bicolor of red over blue with a black triangle based on the hoist.
Randy Young  18 January 1999

Note: According to another source, this flag belongs to the Belize People's Development Movement (Ed.)