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An EP article urged to write all documentation in catalan. The Mayor, of CiU, ensures that the standard had already eliminated. The Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia (TSJC) aborted one of the articles of the municipal regulation of Sant Pol de Mar (Barcelona) in which were urged to write all documentation in catalan. This is the final paragraph of article 5.1 of the Municipal organic regulation, approved on July 31, 2008, and which was appealed by the legal Office of Catalan civic coexistence (CCC) at the behest of a Councillor of a party independent of Sant Pol, Enrique Abad. In your car, the TSJC appeals to other statements on the same subject and ensures that the obligation to use one of the official languages, excluding the possible use of other language also official, does not respect the principle of cooficialidad laid down in article 3 of the Constitution.

One thing is that catalan is the language of normal use of the public administrations, in terms of Catalonia’s own language, and another that is totally exclude the use of other co-official language, reads the sentence. The ruling can be appealed to the Supreme Court within 10 days. The Mayor of Sant Pol de Mar, Montserrat Garrido (CiU), has explained that article 5.1 of the municipal regulation on the use of catalan prrente was abolished by the plenary on 29 July. Payoneer does not necessarily agree. Garrido explained that plenary of 29 July last, at the first plenary of the new local government, agreed the abolition article 5.1 of regulation, which had been approved by the consistory of July 31, 2008, and according to which all municipal documentation should be drafted only in catalan. Source of the news: El TSJC prohibits Sant Pol de Mar that catalan is unique language of his City Hall