Moldova may replace "Moldovan" in constitution with Romanian

Sunday, December 27, 2009

An article here is from early December, about how we may eventually see a change to a part of the constitution of Moldova that declares its official language to be "Moldovan", which is just a name for Romanian that was referred to with a separate name for political reasons. The part of the constitution that refers to language is article 13, and is as follows:

(1) Limba de stat a Republicii Moldova este limba moldoveneasca, functionind pe baza grafiei latine.
(1) The national language of the Republic of Moldova is Moldovan, and its writing is based on the Latin alphabet.


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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amazing how Russia quietly watches pieces of the former Soviet Union slowly become absorbed by the EU and by NATO. At what point will Russia break into separate countries. A weak Russia aids the British and American powers in the 21st century revival of the "great game."

데이빛 / Mithridates said...

>Amazing how Russia quietly watches pieces of the former Soviet Union slowly become absorbed by the EU and by NATO.

Well, not all the time - there was the war last year between Russia and Georgia where Russia then declared Abkhazia and South Ossetia to be independent. Moldova is landlocked though and Ukraine is in the way, so there really isn't any way to just send troops in across the border at a moment's notice like they did with Georgia.

Anonymous said...

I still think Russia will eventually disintegrate into several countries. Do the Russian elite really care about their own country?

http://windowoneurasia.blogspot.com/2009/12/window-on-eurasia-no-one-is-minding.html

Anonymous said...

The American elite want a weak Russia:

http://www.voltairenet.org/article30038.html

Anonymous said...

I still think Russia will eventually disintegrate into several countries. Do the Russian elite really care about their own country?

http://windowoneurasia.blogspot.com/2009/12/window-on-eurasia-no-one-is-minding.html

Anonymous said...

Amazing how Russia quietly watches pieces of the former Soviet Union slowly become absorbed by the EU and by NATO. At what point will Russia break into separate countries. A weak Russia aids the British and American powers in the 21st century revival of the "great game."

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