ECRMLEuropean Charter for Regional or Minority Languages
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Considering the potential costs of providing full accessibility to Deaf individuals who may not communicate in a recognized or national sign language, states have no incentive to provide accessibility under the ECRML.
The ECRML applies to "regional or minority" languages, defined as "[l]anguages that are different from the official language or language of the state and are traditionally used within a given territory of a State by nationals of that State who form a group numerically smaller than the rest of the State's population.
En concreto el bereber en la Ciudad Autonoma de Melilla y el arabe en la Ciudad Autonoma de Ceuta: ECRML (2005)4, p.