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Recognition of the Basque Language in EU Law: A Pending Issue?

MILIAN i MASSANA, Antoni (2008) Recognition of the Basque Language in EU Law: A Pending Issue? Inx: The Legal Status of the Basque Language Today: One Language, Three Administrations, Seven Different Geographies and a Diaspora. Eusko Ikaskuntza, pp. 93-114. ISBN 978-84-8419-159-9

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This paper provides an analysis of the European Union's linguistic legislation and of the effects of the Union's policy on the position of non-state languages.The European Union's construction process has followed a transfer of power from the Member States (and the Regions with legislative powers)to the EU institutions,which have their own legislative,administrative and judicial powers. The EU's impact on the situation of the languages is two-fold and regards the operability of integral plurilingualism applied with an excluding nature as regards non-state languages,and the exercising of the community freedoms of circulation and movement which disfavors non-state languages.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:Gloria Totoricagüena e Iñigo Urrutia eds.
Uncontrolled Keywords:Legislación lingüística europea; Lenguas minoritarias; Políticas lingüísticas; Requisitos lingüísticos de la UE; Europako hizkuntza-legedia; Eremu urriko hizkuntzak; Hizkuntza-politikak; EBko hizkuntza-baldintzak; Législation linguistique européenne; Langues minoritaires; Politiques linguistiques; Exigences linguistiques de l'UE; European language law; Minority languages; Linguistic policies; EU language requisites; Sociología política
Subjects:Political Science > Political sociology
ID Code:5146
Deposited On:28 Jul 2010 09:57
Last Modified:28 Jul 2010 10:03

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