June 30, 2000

A judge has suspended language regulations at Barcelona's Pompeu Fabre University for "imposing the preferential use of Catalan" over Spanish. The case was brought by a rightwing pressure group following a similar ruling against Tarragona's Rovira i Virgili University last April. University authorities are to appeal, but the pressure group plans legal action against the city's Autonomous University to block its language-use code.

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