Bilingual Signs Law Passes Final Hurdle in Austria

Vienna, 21 July - Austria will start putting up bilingual German-Slovenian signs in the province of Carinthia in mid-August, after the upper chamber of the Austrian parliament passed on Thursday the constitutional act implementing the agreement on bilingual city limit signs reached with the Slovenian minority in April.

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