Advisory Committee of Slovene National Community in Austria Unanimous About Bilingual Signs
Vienna/Klagenfurt, 7 February - The advisory commitee to the Austrian Chancellor for issues of the Slovene national community living in Austria met on Thursday for the first time since Austria's Constitutional Court made a ruling on bilingual signs in Austria's Carinthia province. The committee made a unanimous decision to implement the Constitutional Court decision that sets down that bilingual road signs shall be erected in all localities where the Slovene minority exceeds ten percent of the whole population.
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