Costa Rica’s flag was recently redesigned, but not for lack of trying.
Ricardo Rodríguez, the director of the Philippine Flag Bureau, and his team were faced with a monumental task.
The government of President Rodrigo Duterte has made it clear that the country will not be flying a flag of the Philippines anytime soon.
“The Philippines has been a part of the world for thousands of years,” Rodría said.
He said the country has more than 2 million flag designs to choose from.
With the Philippines set to lose a majority of its population during the next decade, the country’s flag will need to be redesigned for the new century.
Rodrígi said the Philippines flag was designed in collaboration with a team of experts from the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sports.
This includes the flag design and a team who worked closely with the Philippine National Police (PNP), which is tasked with policing the country.
In the past, the Philippine flag has had a design by an architect, which would not be suitable for the modern age.
So the team at the Philippine Flags Bureau, working with a new team, decided to create a new flag with a modern design.
To design a new Philippine flag, the agency created a computer model of a flag, and then tested it on the Philippine flags of other countries, including Brazil, Mexico, and Chile.
The team also tested it against other flags in the world.
The design of the new Philippine flags was chosen based on the flag’s design, which was then compared to flags of the other countries.
The Philippines was chosen for the design because of its similarity to other countries in the Philippines, according to Rodrós.
Although the Philippine design was based on a flag from the 1920s, it’s a much more modern design than the old ones.
It is now more accurate, with the colors and proportions of the colors of the flag reflecting the modern times.
“We had to create something that would be more modern, which also reflects our country,” Rodrios said.
The Philippine Flag will be flown in the capital of Caracol, but it will also be flown at a variety of other places.
There are plans to add the flag to the national flag, Rodrias added.
Since the Philippines will lose most of its people during the coming decade, there will be more changes in the flag, according the official.
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