Coat of Arms and Flag of Mexico

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The Mexican National Law-Contract, named "Establishment of the National Flag and Coat of Arms of Mexico", establishment of the right National Coat of Arms and Flag of Mexico in the ERepublik On-Line Game, the Erepublik Wiki or any other number of ERepublik based creations.

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The National Flag of Mexico.

(Spanish: México) in the Erepublik shall be the same National Flag as the United Mexican States (Spanish: Estados Unidos Mexicanos) has in Real Life as of the date this Contract is written. The Mexican National Flag (Spanish: Bandera Nacional Mexicana) is a rectangle divided into three vertical stripes of identical measures, with the colors placed in the following order from hoist to fly: Green (Web color: 006847), White (Web color: FFFFFF), and Red (Web color: CE1126). Centered in the white stripe, the Mexican National Coat of Arms has a diameter of three-fourths the width of the white stripe. The proportion of the flag is four to seven (Ratio 4:7). It could carry a rope or tie of the same colors below the truck.

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The National Coat of Arms of Mexico.

(Spanish: México) in the Erepublik shall be the same Coat of Arms as the United Mexican States (Spanish: Estados Unidos Mexicanos) has in Real Life as of the date this Contract is written. The Mexican National Coat of Arms (Spanish: Escudo Nacional Mexicano) is featured by an Mexican eagle exposing its left profile, the upper part of the wings in a level higher than plume and slightly displayed in a battle attitude; with the sustenation plumage downwards touching to the tail whose feathers are arranged in natural fan. It puts its left grasp on a bloomed nopal that is born in a rock that emerges from a lake. It is grasping with the right grasp and the beack, in attitude of eat, a curved serpent, so that it harmonizes with the whole. Several "pencas" of the nopal grow to the sides. Two branches, one of encino to the front of the eagle and another one of laurel opposed, form a lower semicircle and they are united by a ribbon divided in three strips that, when the National Coat of Arms is represented in natural colors, correspond to those of the Mexican National Flag: Green (Web color: 006847), White (Web color: FFFFFF), and Red (Web color: CE1126).