Friday, 26 June 2009

Neniom da Kimralingvo tie ĉi! la BBC:

Two sisters say they were asked to leave a gift shop while on holiday on the Isle of Wight for speaking Welsh.

Rosemary Dean and her sister Ann have complained to the Welsh Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Mrs Dean from Carmarthenshire claimed the shopkeeper Sue Pratley told them she took exception to the language being spoken on her premises.

Ms Pratley said when she asked the sisters to speak in English they told her she should learn to speak Welsh.

The sisters said they were shopping for gifts at the end of their holiday when the row erupted.

Mrs Dean, from Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen, told BBC Radio Wales: "We were in this little gift shop - I was going to pick a gift up for my grand-daughter.

"We were discussing prices amongst ourselves, my sister and I.

"All of a sudden this lady said she wouldn't have any Welsh spoken in her shop and please leave...
*** Se vi pensas, ke viaj lingvaj rajtoj estas aktive subpremataj aŭ ĉiukaze ne respektataj, la Universala Esperanto-Asocio povos porti vian situacion je la atento de Unuiĝintaj Nacioj.

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