The national symbols that were determined in Law No. 128/19 are the Flag of the Lone Star, the Anthem of Bayamo and the Shield of the Royal Palm. The purpose of this Law is to define and regulate the attributes that identify national emblems and the rules for their preparation, use, honors, and conservation; as well as the responsibility of the State to achieve a better education of the people and especially children and young people in their knowledge and respect.
Other uses in correspondence with the new times were added to the old ordinance on the national symbols, for example, among those related to clothing. And it is pointed out that when used in clothing, objects, works of art and writings, they are used with the greatest respect and decorum.
In this sense, it is appropriate to take into account the context in which they are used and the object in which they may be represented. In clothing, they must be placed at the front or side of them; in the form of a pennant or ribbon on the upper front part of pants or sayas without altering the elements that make it up or denigrating its image and will not be part of scarves, underwear, bath or towels, aprons and footwear.
And it appears as an article of the Law that the family, the fundamental cell of society, must ensure and promote civic values among its members based on the knowledge and conscious respect of these venerated objects.