Une bonne nouvelle pour le peuple cornique

Posted: April 26, 2014 in breton, brittany, celtic cooperation, celtic solidarity, UDB
Bonne nouvelle. Le Gouvernement britannique a annoncé aujourd’hui la reconnaissance du peuple cornique (Cornouailles britannique) en tant que minorité nationale sous la “Convention-cadre pour la protection des minorités nationales” (article wikipedia), convention signée et ratifiée par la quasi-totalité des États européens sauf la France, la Turquie, la Grèce (consulter la carte).

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The UK Government have announced today that the Cornish people will be officially recognised as a national minority under the Council of Europe Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities.

Dick Cole, leader of Mebyon Kernow- the Party for Cornwall, said: “This is a fantastic development. This is a proud day for Cornwall…. A lot of people have been working for many years to get Cornwall the recognition other Celtic people of the UK already receive.”


UK Communities Minister Stephen Williams added: “This is a great day for the people of Cornwall who have long campaigned for the distinctiveness and identity of the Cornish people to be recognised officially. The Cornish and Welsh are the oldest peoples on this island and as a proud Welshman I look forward to seeing St Piran’s Flag flying with extra Celtic pride on 5 March next year.” => Consulter l’annonce de l’Alliance Libre Européenne

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