Constitutional Court Says Haider's Mini Bilingual Signs Illegal

Klagenfurt, 28 December - The Austrian Constitutional Court has dealt a blow to Carinthian Governor Joerg Haider and his reluctance to accept bilingual city limits in the province, by ruling that mini town signs in Slovenian that he put up in the village of Schwabegg (Zvabek) in November were unconstitutional.

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