Language of State Business

All state business, including trials, elections, and all state publications, are to be in one single language specified by a national statute.   The state cannot provide translations except for witnesses and defendants in trial, for whom it is required to provide translations.   No law can impede the right of an individual to be accompanied by a translator.



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