Minority Makes Renewed Push for Bilingual Signs

Klagenfurt, 29 October - Two dozen members of the Slovenian minority in Austria have again embarked on a unique push for bilingual city limits in the province of Carinthia: they speed through settlements with German-only signs, turn themselves in and then challenge the traffic fine with the argument that the signs should be bilingual in accordance with the Austrian State Treaty.

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