The Valencian Courtschaired by the nationalist Enric Morera (Compromís), They have been sending since March 24 what they call ‘linguistic flashes‘ in Catalan to all its deputies and workers. the cited ‘flashes’ they are based on concepts based on Catalan and not on Valencian, which has generated a wide controversy. Fed up with these linguistic pills, the Members of Vox have addressed a complaint to Enric Morera himself. They maintain that the language established by the Statute of Autonomy is Valencian. Not Catalan. The last of those emails was sent today, as confirmed by Vox.
Specifically, what Vox has denounced to Enric Morera is that from the linguistic services of the Valencian Chamber emails are sent to all workers and deputies based on other language services, which are of Catalan origin.
The account of the events is as follows: 2 months ago -on March 24-, the team of linguistic advisors of the Valencian Chamber sent an email to ‘introduce’ the new service, whose purpose was to briefly explain linguistic issues. They are called ‘linguistic flashes‘. As explained by the trustee spokesperson for Vox in the Valencian Courts Ana Vega. Since that presentation, 9 ‘linguistic flashes‘, of which 3 are based on linguistic services of Catalan origin and refer to web pages websites with Catalan dominance as well, according to Vega.
Fed up with this situation, the Vox deputies in the Valencian Parliament have sent a complaint to the president of the Valencian Cortesthe nationalist Enric Morera (Compromís), because, as Ana Vega explained: «The use of institutes outside the Valencian language to make indications or clarifications regarding the linguistic regulations of Valencian is already recurring».
Vega also recalled that, according to the Statute of Autonomy of the Valencian Community, the language of this Community is Valencian” and also recalled that the Statute of Autonomy establishes that the Generalitat Valenciana, chaired by the socialist Ximo Puig, “must to guarantee the normal and official use of the 2 languages: Spanish and Valencian».