Parliament confirms proposal to enter sign language into constitution
Ljubljana, 18 April - The National Assembly endorsed the government's proposal to set down the Slovenian sign language as an official language in the constitution on Thursday, starting the procedure of enabling the Slovenian deaf and hearing-impaired community to fully exercise their basic human rights.
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