Ban on the use of English in Italy, PM Meloni gave a big blow to Britain and America
Italy’s Prime Minister Georgia Meloni has given a big blow to Britain and America. Prime Minister Meloni’s “Brothers of Italy Party” has introduced a new law. Accordingly, it has been decided to ban the use of the English language in official work.
Image Source: AP Georgia Meloni, Prime Minister of Italy
Italy’s Prime Minister Georgia Meloni has given a big blow to Britain and America. Prime Minister Meloni’s “Brothers of Italy Party” has introduced a new law. Accordingly, it has been decided to ban the use of the English language in official work. After the implementation of this law, a fine of up to 1 lakh Euro i.e. 1,08,705 US dollars will have to be paid for using the English language in official work. Explain that English is the main language spoken in Britain and America.
According to the news of CNN, now in Italy, the use of any foreign language, especially English, in official communication will be fined. Italy’s Lower House leader Fabio Rampelli has introduced this law. Prime Minister Meloni has given full support to it. According to the proposal of the law, there has been a ban on the use of any foreign language in official communication. But the ban is specifically focused on “Anglomania”. The resolution also states that the use of foreign languages degrades the Italian language. It also feels insulted.
English is being used at a time when Britain is no longer a part of the European Union. Now preparations are on to bring this bill for debate in the Parliament soon. After this, it will be given the form of law. For this, it is also stated the need to open an office of the Italian language in the field of public administration, where the Italian language has authority overwritten, and oral knowledge.
Foreign companies will also have to work in the Italian language
According to the draft, this rule will also apply to various foreign companies operating in Italy, where there must be an Italian language version of internal regulations, employment contracts, etc. That is, foreign companies will also have to use the Italian language in official communication. The resolution states that it is not just a matter of fashion, as it comes and passes, but the impact of Anglomania on the entire society. Article 2 of Italy gives it the power to make the Italian language mandatory for the promotion and use of public goods and services in the national territory. Failure to do so can result in a fine ranging from 5000 Euros ie 5435 US Dollars to 100000 Euros.