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* Woehrling, Jean-Marie 2005. The European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. A critical commentary. Counsil of Europe Publishing
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„Commissioner Leonard Orban launched a Communication on Thursday last week (September 18th) entitled "Multilingualism: an asset for Europe and a shared commitment", addressing languages in the wider context of social cohesion and prosperity. MEPs from the European Free Alliance (EFA) qualified their welcome stating: “We would welcome specific commitments to the promotion of minority languages and languages that are not yet official at EU level, commitments that have not yet been sufficiently forthcoming. This is a good start but we have a long way to go."
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Vice President - John McIntyre (UK-Ulster)
Simon Faber (DE-Schlezwig)
Mikel Etxebarria (ES-Euzkadi)
Tangi Louarn (FR-Breizh)
Domenico Morelli (IT-Arborësh)
Pádraig Ó Ceithearnaigh (Éire)
Tomasz Wicherkiewicz (PL-Kaszëbe)
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