The Spanish government has “to protect” Catalan as President Aragonès says
The Spanish government has "to protect" Catalan as President Pere Aragonès believes his cabinet has "the right and is obliged" to demand it. Aragonès reacted to Spain's Supreme Court decision.
The Court rejected hearing an appeal against a Catalan High Court ruling, thus confirming a decision that 25% of school instruction must be given in Spanish, various voices in Catalonia have called for the ruling not to be adhered to.
In a press conference from Palma, Mallorca, Aragonès affirmed on Wednesday that the use of Catalan in schools "cannot be questioned," and warned the Spanish government that they "cannot be complicit" in the "possible setback" of the use of the language.