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Crimean parliament to start implementation of language law on Aug. 15

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Aug. 14, 2012, 12:50 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

The Supreme Council of Crimea will hold a special sitting in Simferopol on Aug. 15 to discuss the priority measures that should be taken to implement the law of Ukraine in the principles of the state language policy in the autonomy.
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SIMFEROPOL – The Supreme Council of Crimea will hold a special sitting in Simferopol on Aug. 15 to discuss the priority measures that should be taken to implement the law of Ukraine in the principles of the state language policy in the autonomy.

According to the press center of the Crimean parliament, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Crimea Volodymyr Kostiantynov has signed a relevant instruction on Tuesday, Aug. 14.

The Crimean parliament will also consider amendments to the autonomy's budget at the special sitting.

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