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Europe Daily Bulletin No. 12583

17 October 2020
Contents Publication in full By article 34 / 43
NEWS BRIEFS / Justice
French should be official working language of European Public Prosecutor's Office, according to Nathalie Colin-Oesterlé
16/10/2020 (Agence Europe)

16/10/2020 (Agence Europe)MEP Nathalie Colin-Oesterlé (EPP, France) deeply regrets the decision of the European Public Prosecutor's Office to choose English as its future working language. In a letter addressed to the Chief Prosecutor of the European Public Prosecutor's Office and published on Friday 16 October, she considered that “this decision contributes to perpetuating the attacks on multilingualism which should be the rule within the European bodies”. The MEP said that there...

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