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Christian Democratic Party (Chile)

Partido Democrata Cristiano

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[PDC flag]
image by Uriel González Urquiza, 16 July 2006

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About the flag

A red arrow (La Falange) that crosses vertically two lines (that represent capitalism and communism symbolizing a new way between the 2 systems) on a white rhombus and blue background to complement the colors of the Chilean flag.
Uriel González Urquiza, 16 July 2006

Deep blue flag with a white lozenge centred inside, and within the lozenge, a red arrow or phalanx, upwards, crossing through two rectangles, also in red. These two rectangles are said to be the left and the right, which are surpassed by Christian Democracy. This flag also exists with the lozenge lying, but I'm not sure where the arrow points in that case.
Guillermo Tell Aveledo, 7 September 2000

A similar symbol is used by other Christian Democratic Parties.
Francisco Gregoric, 5 December 2005

Variant without lozenge

[PDC variant flag]
image by Ivan Sache, 10 January 2006

The website of Teletrece, 6 January 2006, shows a picture of the flag of the party with the symbol directly placed on the blue field, without the white lozenge.
Ivan Sache, 10 January 2006


Party of center founded by the president Eduardo Frei Montalva of Social-Christian ideology, it member of the Concertación.
Uriel González Urquiza, 16 July 2006

There is currently a controversy in Chile because of the presence of the flag of Democracia Cristiana (DC) during meetings of Sebastián Piñera, a candidate to the presidential election.
Ivan Sache, 10 January 2006