Talk:Flags of active autonomist and secessionist movements

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The Wikipedia article on the Afrikaner Volksfront claims that it is no longer an active movement, having been disbanded in November of 1996.

The Wikipedia article on the Cham people (Le Front pour la Liberation de Cham) states that there has been no serious Cham secessionist movement or political activity in Vietnam or Cambodia since 1970.

The Wikipedia article on Rotuma states that the majority opinion favors Fiji, with "rumblings of discontent remaining." This hardly seeems to me to qualify as an active autonomist or secessionist movement.

The Wikipedia article on the Batasuna Party states that it self-dissolved in January of 2013.

Notable omissions in this list include the flags of active separatist unrecognized and partially-recognized states, including but not limited to Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Transnistria, Nagorno-Karabakh, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (Western Sahara), and the Republic of Somaliland.

It may also be legitimate to include more well-recognized separatist and autonomist interests, such as the Taiwanese national flag or the flag of the autonomous country of Greenland of the Kingdom of Denmark. 07:25, 2 July 2013 (UTC)