Majority in Portuguese parliament rejects proposal to "defend Portuguese language abroad"

Saturday, May 19, 2012

From here:

Most of the PSD/CDS-PP (Partido Social Democrata / Centro Democrático e Social - Partido Popular) rejected today the draft resolutions of the PCP (Partido Comunista Português) and BE (Bloco de Esquerda) on the defense, valuation and investment in the teaching of Portuguese abroad, with the PS joining in the vote against the communists.

The PCP's draft resolution recommended that the government "invest in the policy of language, culture and identity that corresponds to the interests of Portugal and Portuguese residents abroad".
The current makeup of the assembly in Portugal is:

People's Party here means the CDS-PP.


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