Thursday, 3 September 2009

Kimra Traduko

…de la BBC:

Plans to stop translating speeches from English into Welsh in the assembly's written record of proceedings could be investigated.

The Welsh Language Board has warned that the move could breach the assembly's own Welsh language scheme.
But the Assembly Commission, which says the move will save £250,000 a year, has denied the board has any authority to mount such an investigation.

The board has said it is taking further legal advice before responding.

The proposals, revealed in August, are in line with existing arrangements for assembly committees.

They mean the words of AMs speaking English in the assembly chamber would no longer be translated into Welsh in the written record, but Welsh speeches would continue to be translated into English....

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