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At the official web site,
the flag of Bissau-Guinean party “Nô-Djunta-Mon” / Partido
dos Trabalhadores da Guiné-Bissau, lead by Aregado Mantenque. It is a
green over red descending diagonal bicolor with a large yellow sun with 26
rays on the center. On it a light purple nine-pointed star on which there is
a how an a machete, both in their natural colors. On the hoe, three detached
human hands: pink over orange over brown. Below the sun, the inscription
"PT" in black sans serif capitals.
António Martins, 8 December 2005
This party does not show in either of the two 2004 elections' ballot papers
The motto or nick name "Nô djunta mon" means "We clasp/hold/join hands" in Upper Guinea Portuguese-based Creole.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 22 February 2012