La tutela de las lenguas regionales o minoritarias estatutarias y su encaje en el modelo constitucional español: ¿un tertium genus en el reconocimiento de los derechos lingüísticos?

The Statutes of Autonomy reform process has shown the transcendence of languages and their regulation. The adoption of the new Statutes of Autonomy and their legal developments trigger reconsideration and, in some cases, revision, of the Spanish constitutional model of linguistic pluralism (art. 3 o...

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Main Author: Pérez Fernández, José Manuel
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales 2010
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Online Access:http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=3273868
Source:Revista española de derecho constitucional, ISSN 0211-5743, Año nº 30, Nº 89, 2010, pags. 57-191
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Summary: The Statutes of Autonomy reform process has shown the transcendence of languages and their regulation. The adoption of the new Statutes of Autonomy and their legal developments trigger reconsideration and, in some cases, revision, of the Spanish constitutional model of linguistic pluralism (art. 3 of the Spanish Constitution). The author focuses on the level of protection provided by the Statutes of Autonomy to some languages, not declared as official: these languages are more protected by the Statues of Autonomy than by the safeguard clauses including legal recognition of linguistic rights. In order to study their role in the Spanish constitutional model, a reflection on the content and implications of the legal category of linguistic form is needed.