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EU states reluctant to add Catalan as official language

  • Spain's request for Catalan, Basque, and Galician to become official EU languages is met with opposition from member states who fear it will set a precedent for other regional languages.
  • Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez pushed for this request in response to pressure from Catalan separatists, who he relied on for support after failing to win the July elections.
  • The EU, currently having 24 official languages, is concerned about the legal, administrative, and budgetary implications of adding new languages.
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