Are there any other countries that pledge allegiance to the flag?

January 17, 2020 Off By idswater

Are there any other countries that pledge allegiance to the flag?

Since only one other country aside from the US has an allegiance to the flag, perhaps you are looking for other kinds of national allegiance pledges, even if they do not specifically refer to the flag? There is, in fact, more than one other country with a flag pledge, as the comments to my question seem to confirm.

Is the pledge of allegiance mandatory in schools?

Allegiance to the state promoted through a variety of regular, normalized and mandatory ‘cultural’ and ‘patriotic’ displays and pledges identifying the ‘greatness’ of ‘the nation’ while subtly implying its superiority vis-a-vis all ‘others’. We shouldn’t have any Pledge of Allegiance in schools – American democracy]

What’s the code for the pledge of allegiance?

People in military uniform should remain silent, face the flag and render the military salute. The Flag Code specifies that any future changes to the pledge would have to be with the consent of the president. The Pledge of Allegiance now reads: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America

Is there a pledge of allegiance in the Philippines?

The only other nation with a similar pledge is the Philippines. The Panatang Makabayan (“Patriot’s Oath”) is used in flag ceremonies in a similar manner to the USA’s “Pledge of Allegiance.”.

How often do students recite the pledge of allegiance?

It’s recited in schools across the US every day by students standing stiffly with their hands over their hearts. “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the

Are there any other countries with Pledge of allegiance?

Some other countries also have ritualized pledges expressing love of country and ideals, without specific reference to flags or symbolism: I think many other countries have an equivalent, but only for people acquiring that nationality by choice.

What does it mean to pledge allegiance to the flag?

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic, for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Most of us grew up reciting this pledge at school at the beginning of the day, with little thought of what the words mean.

Can a child refuse to recite the pledge of allegiance?

The Texas Legislature protected that interest by giving the choice of whether an individual student will recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the student’s parent or guardian. School children cannot unilaterally refuse to participate in the pledge.”