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Catalan, Basque and Galician - the next EU official languages? ELEN Press Conference 18th September
In July the Spanish Government issued a proposal calling on the EU Council to make Catalan, Basque and Galician EU official languages. On the 19th September the issue is set to be discussed and voted upon at the EU Council.
pour Eurolang le 14/09/23 17:55

The European Language Equality Network (ELEN) and its member organisations that represent Catalan, Basque and Galician, will be holding a press conference next Monday 18th September at 16.00 in the press centre of the European Parliament, Brussels.

The organisations will discuss their ongoing campaigns for official status, the benefits it will bring to their languages, and other details about inclusion as a full EU official language.

In July the Spanish Government issued a proposal calling on the EU Council to make Catalan, Basque and Galician EU official languages. On the 19th September the issue is set to be discussed and voted upon at the EU Council.

Organisations at the press conference

Òmnium Cultural and Plataforma per la Llengua from Catalonia

A Mesa pola Normalización Lingüística from Galicia

Euskalgintzaren Kontseilua from the Basque Country

Obra Cultura Balear (OCB) from the Balearic Islands

European Language Equality Network (ELEN).

The event will be broadcast live on:

Hashtag for the event #GalEusCatEUOfficial

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Kerbarh Le Jeudi 14 septembre 2023 19:50
Il y a de forte chance que le catalan ne soit pas reconnu malgré qu’il soit parlé par plus de 8 millions de personnes et bien plus qu’une dizaine de langues officielles ( estonien , bulgare, slovaque,…)
Quelle injustice !!!!
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