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- Official languages are Yakut (also known as Sakha), spoken by approximately 25% of the population, and Russian.
- Official languages are French and Arabic; Somali and Afar are both widely used.
- The official languages are both Russian and Sakha, also known as Yakut, which is spoken by approximately 25% of the population.
- Official languages are sometimes not the same as the medium of instruction and so, the two are not interchangeable.
- Its official languages are the Inuit dialects of Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun as well as English and French.
- These ancient Persians recognized three official languages (Elamite, Babylonian and Old Persian), which suggests a multicultural society.
- Elamite as one of the official languages of the Achaemenid court was still widely spoken in the southwest.
- It is one of the second official languages of Delhi and Haryana.
- The Scottish Parliament recognises both English and Gaelic as official languages of Scotland, both receiving "equal respect" although not equal validity.
- The official languages of Inner Mongolia are Standard Mandarin and Mongolian, with the latter written in the Mongolian classical alphabet.
- The first official languages of each of the 27 member countries has the status of an official language of the European Union.
- It is also the official language of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia (called Bahasa Indonesia) and one of the official languages of Singapore.
- A proposal to include the most commonly spoken tongue, Bahasa Indonesia, in the official languages was overruled.
- Today, it is one of the official languages of Spain, most Latin American countries and Equatorial Guinea.
- Some minority languages are simultaneously also official languages, including the Irish language (Gaelic) in the Republic of Ireland.
- Slovenian is also one of the official languages of the European Union.
- Slovenian was one of the official languages of the federation, although in practice, Serbo-Croatian was forcefully put forward.
- In response to a more assertive French-speaking Quebec, the federal government became officially bilingual with the Official Languages Act of 1969.
- The official languages of the island are English and Chamorro.
- Regulations and other documents of general application shall be drafted in the twenty-three official languages.
- The Official Journal of the European Union shall be published in the twenty-three official languages.
- In siSwati,(one of the official languages), Mpumalanga means a ‘place where the sun rises'.
- Dutch is one of the nine official languages of the European Union.
- The 1973 Constitution under the Marcos administration retained English and Filipino as official languages, dropping Spanish.
- The national languages of stateless nations are often not official languages in any country.
- It is one of the official languages of the state of Delhi and the second language of Haryana.
- Kannada is also the official language of the state and is considered as one of the eighteen official languages of India.
- Only four of the many modern Iranian languages are the official languages of the state in which they are spoken.
- The Indian constitution recognizes official languages (see The Constitutional Framework, ch.
- Some Austronesian languages are official languages (see the list of Austronesian languages).
- The local language spoken by the majority of the population Malagasy is an Austronesian language and one of the official languages.
- South Africa - There are several official languages listed in the Constitution of South Africa.
- In the first Constitution of 1958, Malagasy and French were named the official languages of the Malagasy Republic.
- However, many sources still claimed that Malagasy and French were official languages, as they were de facto.
- Xhosa, or isiXhosa, is one of the official languages of South Africa.
- The 1973 Constitution under the Marcos administration retained English and Pilipino as official languages, dropping Spanish.
- The 1973 Constitution under the Marcos administration, retained English and Pilipino as official languages, however Spanish was not.
- Meantime, Pilipino and English remain the official languages unless repealed by law.
- On July 7, 1969, under the Official Languages Act, French was made commensurate to English throughout the federal government.
- The Official Languages Act of 2003 gave people the right to interact with state bodies in Irish.
- In an effort to address the half-committed attitude of Irish language use by the State, the Official Languages Act was passed in 2003.
- South Africa is known for its diversity in cultures, languages, and religious beliefs, and eleven official languages are recognised in its constitution.
- South Africa has eleven official languages and within each language there are various dialects.
- For the time being the European Union has eleven official languages (Oppermann, 2665 s.).
- From 1873, Galicia was an autonomous province of Austria-Hungary with Polish and, to a much lesser degree, Ukrainian or Ruthenian, as official languages.
- Russian is the official language of Russia and is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.
- The language is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.
- Chinese— de facto, Standard Mandarin—is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.
- They speak French and Tahitian which are the two official languages, but English is spoken in the hotels and shops.
- The State of Hawaii has two official languages recognized in its constitution adopted at the 1978 constitutional convention: English and Hawaiian.
- Albanian is also one of the official languages of Kosovo, and of the Republic of Macedonia.
- Ulithian is one of the 6 official languages of the Federated States of Micronesia.
- The official languages of Palau are English and Palauan, except for three states where the local language is official instead of Palauan.
- Traditionally, Danish and German were the two official languages of Denmark-Norway.
- Both are Indo-European languages from the Iranian languages sub-family, and the official languages of the country.
- The official languages of Kenya are Swahili and English; many indigenous languages are also spoken.
- It is a close relative of Swahili with a very strong Arabic influence, and is one of the three official languages of the Comoros, next to French and Arabic.
- One of the official languages of Burundi, spoken also in Tanzania and Zaire.
- The number of member states exceeds the number of official languages, as several national languages are shared by two or more countries.
- Sotho is one of the eleven official languages of South Africa, and one of the two official languages of Lesotho.
- Swati is an official language of Swaziland, (along with English), and is also one of the eleven official languages of South Africa.
- In Bolivia, all 30 native languages of Bolivia are official languages of the state.
- It is one of only a handful of Native American languages with over a million speakers, and it is one of the official languages of Bolivia and Peru.
- One of the official languages of Peru and Bolivia, spoken also in Equador and north Colombia, Chile and Argentina.
- French is one of two official languages, but it is spoken by only about 10% of the people.
- Most people in Somaliland speak the region's two official languages: Somali and Arabic.
- Its future in Equatorial Guinea is uncertain as large numbers of people are switching to French, though it remains as one of the two official languages.
- Languages commonly spoken in Belarus are Russian and Belarusian, which are both official languages of Belarus.
- A language of political importance in the twentieth century, Russian is one of the official languages of the United Nations.
- Article 68.2 further stipulates that only the republics have the right to establish official languages other than Russian.
- Languages: There are five living languages in the Cook Islands with English and Cook Islands Maori the official languages.
- There are two official languages - English (which is spoken by everyone) and Maori.
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