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The Moldavian language could be replaced by the Romanian language

The Moldavian language could be replaced by the Romanian language
20 Aug 2013   •   14:51
The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova is set to  review  a complaint on September 12 to replace the Moldavian language in  the Constitution  with the Romanian language.

Liberal reformer MP, Ana Gutu, filed a complaint on the interpretation of an article in  the Constitution and asked for  the semantic equivalence of the phrases "Moldavian language  " with  "Romanian language". The politician argued her  approach scientifically  and considered  that the  constitutional provision was generated by a  "monumental blunder".

"The need for interpretation of Article 13 of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova  is based on the  scientifically void  point of view of  that article. The phrase  " the Moldavian  language,  employing  the Latin alphabet  " cannot be  found in a scientific or linguistic sources of authority, this phrase  can only  be explained in political and circumstantial terms, because  in 1994 when the Constitution was adopted, the  agrarian-communist parliamentary majority showed  a rudimentary intellectualism ( let’s remember that  for the ruling political elite at the time, the  circumference measured  380 degrees, Moldova occupied  an entire earth's globe and the word "speaker" would derive from the ward  "ear"), "explained Ana Gutu on her personal  blog.

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