New Zealand Votes on a More Inclusive New Flag

New Zealand Votes on a More Inclusive New Flag

The New Zealand Governmentnew ensures that the redesigned flag will pull away from its Union Jack origins

Jason Brick
  • 14 august 2015

New Zealand‘s citizens have a chance to vote on designs for a new national flag. The national government requested submissions and received 10,2929 designs. Through mid-September, voting is under way on 40 semi-finalist designs. The four that receive the most votes will move on to the final decision-making round.

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