Thursday, 30 October 2008

Irlandolingvo en la Kortumoj la Irish Times:

A ban on the use of the Irish language in courts in the North which stretches back to 1737 was put to the test yesterday.

In the High Court in Belfast Mr Justice Treacy was asked to hold that the centuries-old ban should be quashed as it was in conflict with the Human Rights Act and European treaties.

The claim of discrimination against the Irish language arose in an application for judicial review brought by
Caoimhín Mac Giolla Catháin, a member of the Shaw's Road Gaeltacht community in west Belfast...

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