Debate on making sign language an official Slovenian language suspended again

Ljubljana, 11 June - A year after endorsing in principle a proposal to enter the Slovenian sign language into the constitution, the parliamentary Constitutional Commission met on Thursday to continue the debate, only to suspend it again to clarify a proposal to also include the Hungarian and Italian sign languages.

Slovenian sign language being used at the government's regular coronavirus briefings during the epidemic.
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