Slovene Minority Confirms Proposal for Bilingual Signs Ahead of Consensus Conference
Klagenfurt, 24 April - The co-ordination committee of Slovenes living in Austria's province of Carinthia on Tuesday evening confirmed the proposal for the implementation of the decision of Austrian Constitutional Court, which ruled last December that bilingual signposts must be set up in all localities in Carinthia where the share of Slovenes exceeds ten percent of the populace.
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