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  1. In March 2023 the Parliament of Moldova has approved a law on referring to the national language as Romanian in all legislative texts and the constitution following the 2013 decision of the Constitutional Court of Moldova that gives primacy to the text of the 1991 Declaration of Independence of Moldova that calls the national language Romanian.

  2. ro.wikipedia.org › wiki › MoldovaMoldova - Wikipedia

    Moldova (în engleză Moldavia, în germană Moldau, în franceză Moldavie, în rusă Молдавия, Молдова, în turcă Boğdan, în poloneză Mołdawia) este o regiune istorică și geografică a Europei, delimitată la vest de către Carpații Orientali și la est de către râul Nistru și care corespunde vechiului Principat al ...

  3. ecvgazette.com › chaptermaps › info1De La Guerra y Pacheco

    De La Guerra y Pacheco #1.5: Website: https://dlgyp.org: Territory: All of Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties CA: Mailing address: De La Guerra y Pacheco #1.5 P.O. Box 296 San Luis Obispo, CA 93406: Founded: 1990: Main waterin' holes: Jimmies Oriental Garden, Santa Barbara McCarthys Irish Pub, San Luis Obispo : General meetings: None ...

  4. Dedicated 17 March 1991, de la Jose Francisco de Ortega's son as a wedding gift in the early Guerra y Pacheco Chapter 1.5, E Clampus Vitus." 1800's, the adobe was added on to by Pierre Baron in the early (Plaque, marble, located on Branch Mill Road, Arroyo Grande.) 1880's.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MoldovaMoldova - Wikipedia

    As of March 2023, the only official language of Moldova is Romanian, and all references to the Moldovan language in the constitution and legal bills have been amended to refer to Romanian. [309] [310] The 2014 Moldovan census for the first time collected information about the languages spoken by residents in Moldova.

  6. The official state language of Moldova is Romanian, which is the native language of 78.6% of the population (as of the 2014 Census); it is also spoken as a primary language by other ethnic minorities.

  7. Moldovan ( лимба молдовеняскэ, limba moldovenească) is the official language of Moldova. It is almost the same as Romanian. The main difference is that Moldovan was written in the Cyrillic alphabet because Moldova was part of the Soviet Union until 1989.

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