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May 25, 2009


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Probably you don't know that the flag of the Federal League is nowdays used as the flag of the Entre Ríos Province, the Province where Gualeguaychú is located. Entre Ríos was once part of the League, as you can see in that map. This flag is also used as a patriotic symbol in modern Uruguay (though with a darker shade of blue), so I don't think the protesters would carry that flag as a message against Uruguay, I think they were just carrying the flag of their Province.

(Smacks forehead)

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