MADRID, May 1. (EUROPE PRESS) –
United We Can wants Congress to pressure the coalition government to adopt the necessary measures to offer all the content of the web pages of the different levels of the Executive “in full” in all the co-official languages.
It will do so through a non-law proposal, which the group chaired in Congress by Jaume Asens has presented in the Territorial Policy Commission to address the “linguistic equality of citizenship with the State Administration”.
In this context, United We Can intends to pressure the Government to translate all this web content of the pages that are the responsibility of the Executive, complaining in its statement of reasons that, currently, the State Administration “is far from guaranteeing access to the web pages of the State in other languages”.
“In fact, not even the websites of the Ministries, which often host administrative procedures such as the application for an educational grant, are fully translated into the other official languages. Less than 2% of the websites of the State Administration that affect to citizens as a whole, such as those that allow administrative procedures to be carried out only online, are fully translated into other official languages of the State other than Spanish”, reads the text of the initiative, to which Europe has had access Press, signed by the deputy of United We Can, Joan Mena.
For all these reasons, in addition to requesting this web translation, United We Can also want the Government to commit to “guaranteeing the right of all citizens to interact with the General State Administration in the language they deem appropriate, taking into account the principle of basic conditions of equality”.