TITLE

LAS LENGUAS DE SIGNOS ESPAÑOLAS: SU NECESARIA PRESENCIA EN EL DEBATE SOCIAL Y DOCTRINAL SOBRE LA REFORMA DE LA CONSTITUCIÓN ESPAÑOLA

AUTHOR(S)
PÉREZ-PEDRERO, ENRIQUE BELDA
PUB. DATE
May 2016
SOURCE
Revista de Derecho Politico;may-ago2016, Issue 96, p87
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Sign language is a common language, of main or preferent use by individuals living in Spain and enjoying Spanish citizenship. Given that the rest of the languages spoken in the State are mentioned in the Constitution, it is non sense that same treatment is not accorded to sign language. For this to be solved, it is necessary to reform article 3.2 of the Constitution. Thus, placing at the highest legal level the reality of sign language, obstacles to integration of deaf and deaf-blind persons are removed and infingements to equality of this group --very sensitive to discrimination-- are prevented.
ACCESSION #
118045769

 

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