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France has changed its national flag and is being criticized by President Emmanuel Macron

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Paris

Posted by: Jeet Kumar
Updated Wednesday, 17 November 2021 03:30 AM IST

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President Emmanuel Macron made this change in memory of his soldiers during World War II in 1914 and his volunteers who participated in the Revolution of Independent France.

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France has changed its national flag. Now instead of blue, a navy blue appears on the flag, a symbol of the French Revolution of the past. Although France changed its national flag a year ago, it has gone unnoticed.

At this point, people are surprised to see the flag suddenly changed. Currently, there is strong criticism of President Macron. French Chancellor Emmanuel Macron announced the change in memory of his soldiers during World War II in 1914 and his volunteers who took part in the French Revolution, according to a statement from the French President’s Office.

In 1976, then-President Valerie Kiscart d’Stoying painted in light blue the color of the EU flag. President Emmanuel Macron has chosen the navy blue for tricolor flags depicting the sacrifices of soldiers of the French Revolution, World War I and World War II, the Presidential Secretariat said.

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France has changed its national flag. Now instead of blue, a navy blue appears on the flag, a symbol of the French Revolution of the past. Although France changed its national flag a year ago, it has gone unnoticed.

At this point, people are surprised to see the flag suddenly changed. Currently, there is strong criticism of President Macron. French Chancellor Emmanuel Macron announced the change in memory of his soldiers during World War II in 1914 and his volunteers who took part in the French Revolution, according to a statement from the French President’s Office.

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In 1976, then-President Valerie Kiscart d’Stoying painted in light blue the color of the EU flag. President Emmanuel Macron has chosen the navy blue for tricolor flags depicting the sacrifices of soldiers of the French Revolution, World War I and World War II, the Presidential Secretariat said.