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School directors in Latvia were fined for graduation ceremony in Russian

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There are reports from Latvia about another obscurantism (it is difficult to find another word) of the so-called Center of the State Language (CST). Local newspaper Kurzemes Vards reports that the representatives of the said Center have decided to fine the director of one of the schools of the city of Liepaja.

The protocol regarding the director of the educational organization was drawn up on the basis that he “did not provide a translation into the state language of graduation events for students of 9 classes”.

School directors in Latvia were fined for graduation ceremony in Russian


Pupils of the school and teaching staff report that at first the director delivered (as required by the Center of the State Language) a welcoming speech in Latvian. Then they began to use the Russian language, since not all students understood Latvian. At the same time, due to the state of health, the deputy director could not attend the event, which should (on the basis of, again, the CGN requirements) translate from Russian into Latvian everything that was said at the ceremony. In Liepaja, they are puzzled as to why it was necessary to translate from Russian to Latvian or vice versa, since no one was to be translated into Latvian, plus - leading a graduation ceremony in Latvian led to the fact that not everyone understood what was going on speech

As a result, the CCG found the main violator of Latvian legislation. And in this case it turned out to be the director, who now has to pay a fine and in the future hold events exclusively in Latvian, if necessary with translation into Russian.

Recall that in the “democratic” Latvia there is a “democratic” law, on the basis of which any public event should be held exclusively in the Latvian language, even if its participants do not understand the Latvian language. Earlier, according to this law, the CCG fined the mayor of Riga, Neil Ushakov.
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  1. aszzz888
    aszzz888 16 June 2017 13: 25
    +5
    continue to conduct events exclusively in Latvian - if necessary with a translation into Russian.

    ... and what is there to comment ... ax made in the coniferous forest ... angry
    1. Out
      Out 16 June 2017 13: 46
      +1
      Yes well done Latvians, they have nothing but a tongue. However, the Latvian still has ......... and the soul.
      But seriously, the law is the law; if it is supposed to be translated into Latvian, it means it should. And do not blow up the tantrum FIG. out of the blue.
      1. Dixosama
        Dixosama 16 June 2017 21: 27
        +1
        Oooooh, I didn’t know that someone not living in Latvia knows this saying: D
        Well, about the translation here is a moot point ... the school is with the Russian language of instruction .... the so-called national minorities ....
        although it may by law they are right .. but in an ethical sense ....
    2. cost
      cost 16 June 2017 13: 53
      +2
      School in Latvia fined for Russian at graduation party

      Is it written in the article that the school was fined? Interestingly, did the author read his article? Or just stupidly copied it to VO?
  2. Smoked
    Smoked 16 June 2017 13: 29
    +3
    The law is there, it does not matter whether it is like it or not, but it is there, it has been violated. Where is obscurantism?
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 16 June 2017 13: 32
      +11
      Quote: Smoked
      Obscurantism where?

      A ban to speak your native language - what's this? Oh, yes ... I forgot ... it's a democracy ...
      1. Smoked
        Smoked 16 June 2017 13: 34
        +1
        As I understood from the news, no one forbids speaking or thinking in their native language outside official events. There is a field for lawyers, if they are interested in this, how Latvian laws and human rights fit together.
        1. Volodin
          Volodin 16 June 2017 13: 39
          +4
          Quote: Smoked
          As I understood from the news, no one forbids speaking or thinking in their native language outside official events. There is a field for lawyers, if they are interested in this, how Latvian laws and human rights fit together.


          Well, we will wait for the opinions of lawyers and when it is forbidden to think in Russian in Latvia. The opinion of ordinary Russian residents of Latvia should not worry us. I understand you so.
          1. Smoked
            Smoked 16 June 2017 13: 43
            0
            Forbid to think it is, yes, obscurantism.
      2. ADmA_RUS
        ADmA_RUS 16 June 2017 13: 37
        +8
        I do not like? Go away. No one is forcibly keeping in the country.
        1. frols
          frols 16 June 2017 14: 37
          +4
          So we Natsik local yell. Are you one of them?
        2. Dixosama
          Dixosama 16 June 2017 21: 34
          +2
          young man...
          where to leave? ... to whom? .... for what means?
          if people have lived there for more than one generation ... and where they’ve buried ... and memory ... and places of origin since childhood, painfully familiar ... sorry, but this is the Motherland .... at least before it was so to speak "Great and Mighty" .... but they do not choose their homeland ....
          1. ADmA_RUS
            ADmA_RUS 18 June 2017 14: 21
            0
            These are all excuses.
    2. Bath
      Bath 16 June 2017 13: 37
      +9
      I don’t understand what indignation you live in. You study young and don’t know the state language. If you think that you don’t need a language, renounce citizenship and go to where everyone speaks Russian, or else they periodically yell about what the poor people clamp on and they live and you won’t drive them into the Russian Federation))))
    3. aszzz888
      aszzz888 16 June 2017 13: 41
      +4
      Smoked Today, 13:29 New
      The law is there, it does not matter whether it is like it or not, but it is there, it has been violated. Obscurantism where?

      IN LAW
      1. Smoked
        Smoked 16 June 2017 13: 44
        +3
        What is wrong with him? It is necessary to speak the state language with translation for those who wish.
        1. aszzz888
          aszzz888 16 June 2017 13: 48
          +4
          Smoked Today, 13:44 ↑
          What is wrong with him? It is necessary to speak the state language with translation for those who wish.

          ... Do you know how many Russian-speaking people are there, and what kind of "love" for him from the side of the pro-fascist state? and the law was written at the direction of Fashington for the Nazis ...
          ... I said everything ...
          1. Smoked
            Smoked 16 June 2017 13: 52
            +5
            Do not like to leave, as correctly noted above. In this historical period, Russian-speaking, there is nothing to do there, but after 50 years, everything may change.
            1. aszzz888
              aszzz888 16 June 2017 13: 56
              +3
              Smoked
              In this historical period, Russian-speaking, there is nothing to do,

              ... from the forest brothers or something? ... I thought they were beaten by ALL in the swamps ... it turns out that some of them came up in a "smoked" form ... laughing bully
              1. Smoked
                Smoked 16 June 2017 14: 00
                +1
                No, I'm from the Russians who left the Caucasus in the 90th.
                1. aszzz888
                  aszzz888 16 June 2017 14: 22
                  +2
                  Smoked Today, 14:00 ↑
                  No, I'm from the Russians who left the Caucasus in the 90th.

                  ... I do not want to offend, but perhaps the lack of truthful information affects if I still do not understand anything ...
            2. frols
              frols 16 June 2017 14: 47
              +1
              Another one of those who as soon as they attack his homeland will run away, because he does not like it here.
  3. ImPerts
    ImPerts 16 June 2017 13: 29
    +5
    In the Same Series:
    "... Latvian authorities celebrate the triumph of tennis player Alena Ostapenko, who won Roland Garros. She was accepted by the president, the government called on her to give her the highest order of the republic, and the State Language Center even decided to finally legitimize the name of Alain.
    The newspaper VIEW, Alena's mother and her coach Elena Yakovleva said that Russian is the native language of the champion. On Thursday, Latvian President Raymond Vejonis in his castle received tennis player Alena Ostapenko, who won the French Open (Roland Garros) on the weekend. According to the portal Mixnews. lv, the mother of the 20-year-old champion and her coach Elena Yakovleva were also invited to the presidential castle ... "
    Dembelism.
    1. ser-pov
      ser-pov 16 June 2017 13: 33
      +5
      [/ quote] Dembelism [quote]

      Fairytale ..
    2. Dixosama
      Dixosama 16 June 2017 21: 55
      +1
      Forgive me, this is not an isolated case when our Latvian state "sticks" to the victories of young athletes .... doing nothing for them ....
      just the other day, the best snowboarder in Latvia - participant and medalist of the European Championships and Olympic Games - Tom Petrusevičs (Toms Petrusevičs) asks Facebook to help and support him financially for the trip and prepare for the Olympic Games in Korea in 2018 - because he is the only coach .....
      here is such a squiggle ....
  4. Altona
    Altona 16 June 2017 13: 41
    0
    Quote: ImPerts
    Dembelism.

    ---------------------
    A strange use of the jargon "demobilization", derived from the word "demobilization". Although "mobilization" is an urgent appeal in time of war, or rather, after the declaration of martial law in the country.
    1. ImPerts
      ImPerts 16 June 2017 13: 43
      +3
      Because a more correct word is prohibited for use on the site.
  5. Altona
    Altona 16 June 2017 13: 44
    +1
    Quote: Volodin
    And the ban on speaking one’s native language is what?

    --------------------------
    Or maybe we should remember the time when the Germans did not let farmers into Riga, so that the peasants would not spoil the urban environment with their unpleasant appearance, shaggy horses and village talk.
  6. 777-3-59-97
    777-3-59-97 16 June 2017 13: 47
    +6
    From Latvia come messages about the next obscurantism

    В independent There are more Russians living in Latvia than in all Russian North Caucasus (Chechnya, Dagestan, Kab-Ball, Circassia, Ingushetia, Ossetia). Moreover, the population of Sevkava exceeds the population of Latvia by 10 times.
    The situation is the same in Estonia.
    Therefore, you need to figure out what kind of obscurantism is going on there, that the Russians are fleeing from there like from a plague.
    And then you can discuss other countries.
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 16 June 2017 13: 56
      +3
      Quote: 777-3-59-97
      And then you can discuss other countries.

      And why then the topic of the Russian Caucasus so excited a man from Moldova?
      1. Deck
        Deck 16 June 2017 14: 03
        +7
        Because for some reason you are concerned about the problems of Latvians
        1. Volodin
          Volodin 16 June 2017 14: 09
          +4
          Here are the problems of Latvians to us here just on the drum. And the problems of the Russians worry us - whether they are in Latvia or in the Caucasus. If you are not familiar with the range of topics covered in HE, then why this comment ...
          1. Catherine II
            Catherine II 16 June 2017 19: 29
            +2
            Quote: Volodin
            And the problems of Russians worry us - whether they are in Latvia or in the Caucasus

            the trouble is of course with the Russians (the loss of identity outside the Russian Federation is very great) abroad, but how will you help them? Recently he cited the example of little Hungary as it helps all 160 thousand ethnic Hungarians in Ukraine, and at the same time it reacts rather rigidly to language oppression. Economically, politically, through pressure in the EU, directly and indirectly. Total 160 thousand citizens of another country! And how many Russians are abroad? 11% (of them like 8 in Ukraine) of the total number. What can the Russian Federation do? To express concern ... well, in the kitchen you can discuss the Baltic states, Ukrainians and others ..
            offer a resettlement program ..
            By the way, the diaspora is a way to influence the country. But Russians in the world do not need the Russian Federation. And it seems not only abroad!
            That’s the trouble .... but it would make sense to discuss “another oppression” if there was a policy in this direction .. again, an example, like Hungary ..
            HER NO! No one needs Russians and for themselves .. recourse it is sad.
  7. anjey
    anjey 16 June 2017 13: 48
    +2
    philological sadistic perverts, sick people, what to take from them
  8. Deck
    Deck 16 June 2017 14: 04
    +2
    Quote: anjey
    philological sadistic perverts, sick people, what to take from them

    Are you talking about Russians, Latvians or inhabitants of VO? wink
    1. anjey
      anjey 16 June 2017 14: 13
      0
      and you guess three times
      1. anjey
        anjey 16 June 2017 14: 16
        0
        topic title in tooltip
        1. anjey
          anjey 16 June 2017 14: 18
          +1
          about labs
          1. Deck
            Deck 16 June 2017 15: 11
            +2
            Firstly, speak Russian (we are not in Latvia) and you won’t have to guess
            Secondly, the “labuses” are Lithuanians, this nickname comes from the greeting “Labus Vargas”.
            So learn Russian and go to school
            1. anjey
              anjey 16 June 2017 15: 55
              +1
              yeah I’ll go to Latvian, with half a century behind me
              1. Deck
                Deck 16 June 2017 16: 28
                +1
                Do you live in Latvia? And do not know the Latvian language? And what for do you live there?
            2. anjey
              anjey 16 June 2017 16: 01
              +1
              labus common name
              1. Deck
                Deck 16 June 2017 16: 30
                +1
                I agree, a household word. For Lithuanians. And for blacks, niggas winked
            3. Dixosama
              Dixosama 16 June 2017 22: 09
              +1
              a young man in Latvia is called nationally stubborn Latvians - it’s a sooooo insulting nickname for them .... and for any Latvian ... God forbid you call them that ....
    2. aszzz888
      aszzz888 16 June 2017 14: 17
      +1
      Deck
      or the inhabitants of VO?

      ... but is this not an insult to the members of the VO site? ... have you ascended high? ... you have to fall to the earth ....
  9. APASUS
    APASUS 16 June 2017 14: 48
    +1
    It’s interesting, they’ll get scolded only for the Russian language, and if they will conduct graduation, for example, in the Archie language?
  10. ljoha_d
    ljoha_d 16 June 2017 23: 03
    +2
    Yes, our local roosters can do just that. It is also interesting who knocked about it, in Russian schools from Latvians only teachers.
  11. Comrade Kim
    Comrade Kim 17 June 2017 01: 15
    +1
    Quote: 777-3-59-97
    From Latvia come messages about the next obscurantism

    В independent There are more Russians living in Latvia than in all Russian North Caucasus (Chechnya, Dagestan, Kab-Ball, Circassia, Ingushetia, Ossetia). Moreover, the population of Sevkava exceeds the population of Latvia by 10 times.
    The situation is the same in Estonia.
    Therefore, you need to figure out what kind of obscurantism is going on there, that the Russians are fleeing from there like from a plague.
    And then you can discuss other countries.

    It is necessary to respond symmetrically to the state policy of the Baltic states in relation to the Russian population.
    Everyone can refuse those few goods in our stores imported from countries where Nazi remnants and their descendants march.
    And for tourists from these "independent states" to introduce a mandatory course with the forced viewing of documentaries about the atrocities that their Nazi idols did:
  12. pafegosoff
    pafegosoff 18 June 2017 09: 17
    0
    Idiotas, the eternal slaves of the Germans and Russian barons ...