Citizens asked to respect the National Emblems

Citizens asked to respect the National Emblems

RESPECT FOR THE NATIONAL EMBLEMS OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

The Ministry of National Security has noted an increase in the inappropriate use and modification of the National Emblems.
The National Emblems of Trinidad and Tobago are the Coat of Arms, the National Flag and the National Flower (the Double Chaconia).

Members of the public are reminded that the National Emblems, which reflect the history, values, culture and vision of our nation, are sacred and are to be accorded due respect.

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Guidelines on the usage of our National Emblems can be accessed by reading the National Emblems of Trinidad and Tobago (Regulation) Chapter 19:04 of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago and the National Identity Guidelines of Trinidad and Tobago.

Both documents can be viewed by visiting the National Archives of Trinidad and Tobago, under the National Guidelines on the Usage of the National Emblems at https://natt.gov.tt/node/172

The Ministry of National Security urges citizens to cherish and respect our symbols of nationhood.

 

 

 

 

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