Deutscher Bibliotheksverband verschickt Wahlprüfsteine an die politischen Parteien

July 2013
Bibliotheksdienst;2013, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p558
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The article reports on an initiative of the Deutscher Bibliotheksverband (German Library Association, dbv) to ask political parties competing in the German federal elections in 2013 about their attitudes to specific library-related issues. These include a proposed change to labor laws that would allow public libraries to open on Sundays, questions concerning government funding of libraries, and the digitization of library materials.


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