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Change The Libyan Flag On Skype

222 Signatures Goal: 250

We are petitioning to make SKYPE change the flag representing Libya to the FLAG of FREEDOM, the Libyan Independence Flag.


The Libyan NTC and Flag are recognized by USA, UK, France and many more, and so we demand Skype to change our flag in their system.

Latest Update from skype:

They changed the Libyan Flag to the tri-colour flag on their website, but not on users profiles, and below is the latest email they sent about it:

We are sorry to hear that the flag for Libya on the Skype application is had not been updated yet and which still reflects the old Libyan flag. We are happy to look into this matter for you.

We apologize if the Skype application has not been updated with the latest Libyan flag yet. 

We have already forwarded this request on our development team and we will look into this matter.

We are doing our best to update our services to the needs of different countries that we cater all the time.  However, it can take some time to implement such change. 

But don't worry, we are working on it and we are doing our best to make the change available the soonest time possible.

Please be patient while we make Skype even better! 

We thank you for your patience and understanding. Should you need more assistance, feel free to contact us again.

 


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Signatures

  • 5 years ago
    Aisha Nami United Kingdom
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    Abdul Elnagmi Canada
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    sahar omar United Kingdom
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    AgEnT x19 United Kingdom
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    Ema Ben Shaaban Libya
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    Vedant Bahl United Arab Emirates
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    motasem drebi United Arab Emirates
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    Mohammad Naveed Malaysia
    5 years ago
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    Mariam United States
    5 years ago
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    L Heggem Norway
    5 years ago
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    Ala Fadilah Libya
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    Gary Elshaw New Zealand
    5 years ago
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    Adrienne Shaw Canada
    5 years ago
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    Ann Farag United Kingdom
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    Michelle Poley United States
    5 years ago
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