The Protocol

The National Flag of Ireland, commonly known as the tricolour, is made up of green, white, and orange colors. It became the flag of the Irish Free State in 1922 and was officially recognized as the National Flag in the 1937 Constitution.
Closeup shot of the waving flag of Ireland with interesting textures
The flag is intended to represent the unity and inclusion of people from different backgrounds and is a symbol of the entitlement of every person born on the island of Ireland to be part of the Irish nation, regardless of their ethnicity, religion, or political beliefs.
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