Nobody told me it was cheaper to fill up a car than to buy a bottle of water. I was told that the fuel was cheap; sure I got that, message received.Although the new flag was approved by the Venezuelan government, opposition spokesperson Óscar Pérez stated that they would not use the new flag.As with most other national flags, the Venezuelan flag should be flown every day by the legally registered public institutions from 7 a.m. Private institutions, businesses and citizens should fly the flag on national holidays or on days determined by the National Executive.Miranda described a late-night conversation he had with Goethe at a party in Weimar during the winter of 1785.Fascinated with Miranda's account of his exploits in the United States Revolutionary War and his travels throughout the Americas and Europe, Goethe told him that, "Your destiny is to create in your land a place where primary colors are not distorted.” He proceeded to clarify what he meant by this: "First he explained to me the way the iris transforms light into the three primary colors […] then he proved to me why yellow is the most warm, noble and closest to [white] light; why blue is that mix of excitement and serenity, a distance that evokes shadows; and why red is the exaltation of yellow and blue, the synthesis, the vanishing of light into shadow.This original design was first flown on March 12, 1806 at Jacmel, Haiti as Miranda's expedition prepared to make the final leg of its voyage to Venezuela.The flag was first flown over Venezuelan soil at La Vela de Coro, on August 3.
Versions of this oath and pledge are used for the National Armed Forces of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Policia Nacional Bolivariana, but in this case, only the pledge is used during graduation and passing out parades.
The current flag of Venezuela was introduced in 2006.
The basic design includes a horizontal tricolor of yellow, blue, and red, dating to the original flag introduced in 1811, in the Venezuelan War of Independence.
Institutions which should fly the flag by obligation are: There is currently no regulation as to the dimensions of the flag, its use inside private or public institutions or by the public in general, its form and protocol.
The conventions that currently exist have been freely determined.Nevertheless, educational institutions currently follow a protocol modeled on the regulations issued for the armed forces for use in raising the flag on special days.