CnaG

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CnaGComunn Na Gàidhlig
CnaGConradh na Gaeilge (Irish language society)
CnaGCentro Nacional de Analisis Genomico (Spanish: National Center for Genome Analysis)
CnaGCanadian Naval Air Group
CnaGCampus Network Advisory Group
CnaGClan Na Gael
CnaGChronic Narrow Angle Glaucoma
CnaGCampus Networks Advisory Group
CnaGCentralville Neighborhood Action Group (Massachusetts)
CnaGComputing Network Advisory Group
CnaGCitizens Noise Advisory Group
CnaGChina National Airline Group
CnaGCommunity Needs Assessment Group
CnaGClinical Nutrition Advisory Group (India)
CnaGChief, Naval Advisory Group (US Navy)
CnaGCove Neighborhood Action Group
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De son cote, le vice-ministre, vice-president de l'Academie nationale chinoise de la gouvernance (Cnag), Zhen Zhanmin, a mis en avant l'excellente relation bilaterale entre l'Algerie et la Chine.
Par ailleurs, en marge de l'ouverture des travaux, un memorandum a ete signe entre le ministere de l'Interieur et la Cnag.
"We are pushing for it to be published the same day because it would show that our language has not been forgotten and it would give it a worldwide platform," said Donald Martin, of CNAG.
Gaelic language activists petitioned government: for secure status for Gaelic, via the inception of a Gaelic language act, a national language policy, and a suitably funded Gaelic language board (see for example CnaG (1997 and 1999a), Taskforce of Public Funding of Gaelic (2000), Ministerial Advisory Group on Gaelic (2002)).
For more than twenty years CnaG has been at the forefront of Gaelic development.
So CNAG asked Whitehall if it would include the question on forms in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Allan Campbell of CNAG said: "There were fears that it would open the floodgates to questions about languages in the UK.