Last modified: 2014-06-14 by Zachary Harden
Keywords: partido milénio democrático | democratic millenium party | pmd | dove | scales | map: east timor | globe | nimbus | sunburst | sun: 27 rays | sun: 40 rays |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors
flag image identical to the one in the booklet
[t9l07] and absent at the parliament
website: A green flag with a large light blue globe with black lat. and long.
lines, surrounded by a yellow 27-rayed nimbus; the map of East Timor on the
globe in white and a white peace dove with an orange scales of justice held in
its beak flying towards it; below, overlapping the nimbus, the initials
"PMD" in bold red sans serif capitals.
António Martins, 09 September 2007
A green flag can be seen in
photo 73801928 (Copyright: Cândido Alves / AFP / Getty Images):
it shows on a pale green background a light blue globe with black
meridians and parallels surrounded by a nimbus of about 40 yellow star tips
sticking out, above black wide sans serif capitals reading "PMD".
António Martins, 07 April 2007
Partido Milénio Democrático (PMD). Chairman: Hermenegildo Cupa.
Jaume Ollé, 07 April 2007
Millennium Democratic Party (PMD), which nominated first Father
Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo as a Presidential candidate (I think, he declined)
and supports Xanana Gusmão for Prime Minister to lead a Cabinet
of National Reconciliation for the 2007 elections. So, no wonder, they are
now supporting José Ramos-Horta, who is a close friend of Gusmão.
J. Patrick Fischer, 08 April 2007
In the 2007.06.02 elections P.M.D. got
2878 votes (0.69%), being the party with less votes and getting no seats
in the parliament.
António Martins, 07 September 2007
A new party, the Democratic Progressive League
is announced to have been created in June 2007 joining all six smaller parties
which received no seats in the Parliament. No news for now about an emblem or
flag. (In the announcement, at
blog of U.D.T., a new spelling for P.M.D.:
"Partido Milleniun Democrático".)
António Martins, 10 September 2007