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Guaraní language is less spoken in Paraguay

Group blog E'a Periódico de Interpretación y Análisis [es] tells that, according to parcial results of the 2012 Population Census, there are 10% less Guaraní speakers in the country. Among the factors the blog lists [en] for this situation, we find “resistence, voluntary or not, from the political class to include [the Guaraní language] in the state and social organizations the usage of the language [...] and maybe more relevantly, this progressive decreasing is the failure of the formal biligual education, especially the Guaraní one, in schools and universities, both public and private”.

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