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Flag of AS, two versions - Images by Eugene Ipavec, 30 June 2010
Active Slovenia (Aktivna Slovenija, AS) was a center-left political party in Slovenia (archived website). Founded on 8 May 2004, it won 3.0% of the popular vote and zero seats in the National Assembly in the same year's parliamentary election.
The party was formed by disgruntled ex-members of the Party of the Youth of Slovenia after an internal dispute within that party before the 2004 European elections. In 2007, the party merged with Zares, another center-left party, which had itself the same year split from the Liberal Democracy of Slovenia.
Eugene Ipavec, 30 June 2010
The party seems to have used two flags, either white or blue, with its emblem in the bottom.
At some point during its brief existence, the party used a different logo; the stylized letters "AS", white except for the upper half of the "S" (orange), all on a blue field. I don't know if this was ever used on flags, or if it came before or after the logo used on the flags shown above, though I'm inclined to say before.
Eugene Ipavec, 29 August 2010