EBLULEuropean Bureau for Lesser Used Languages
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8) The website also claims that EBLUL "has always recognised Ulster Scots as one of the 'lesser used' languages in Europe", something contradicted by John McIntyre, quoted above.
His dreadful crime was proved by the mere production of an edition, he had handled, of an EBLUL magazine which dared mention the existence, within Greece, of a littleknown native language called Aroumanian, spoken by the Vlach community.
Its amendment is needed because the European Charter on Fundamental Rights, which will be written into the new Constitutional Treaty, includes respect for cultural and linguistic diversity in its Article 22, points out EBLUL President Bojan Brezigar.