[tz] [DRAFT] EU-related changes likely ??? here???s a heads-up
dot at dotat.at
Mon Sep 17 10:14:15 UTC 2018
Clive D.W. Feather <clive at davros.org> wrote:
> It will remain an official EU language because of Ireland (Irish has never
> been an official EU language).
Irish has been an official working language since 2007 -
But it's more complicated than that: Irish has been a "treaty language"
since 1973, which means it was official in some (but not all) contexts.
And since 2007 there is a derogation which says not all documents have to
be translated into Irish; this derogation will end by 2022.
There's a fairly good summary at
with some discussion of the arguments around the status of English a
few paragraphs below.
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