Following an hour-long debate, Bulgarian MPs rejected a proposal to introduce a possibility for interpretation in other languages during election campaigns.
Bulgarian MPs continued Thursday with the second reading of proposed amendments to the Election Code.
Under Bulgaria's existing Election Code, the election campaign is conducted in the official language, Bulgarian....
I think the freedom to chose the language you wish to speak in is part of the freedom of speech, and I think this should include areas like advertising and election speeches. That as a consequence I may not be understood and people will not buy my product or not vote for me is my own problem.
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