Jaume Aguadé's Answers

Not at all.

The truth is that Spain is not just not supporting the Catalan language in any significative way, but severely challenging its normal use and development.

Thousands of pages could be written to document the infinite number of attempts made by Spain to create a monolingual Nation-State out of several different nations with different languages. Spain has been working hard in this genocidal project since the 17th century.

Nowadays, point 3.3 in the Spanish constitution says that "the languages of Spain are a cultural heritage that shall be respected and protected." It is outrageous to see how far is this from what the Spanish Parliament, the Spanish Government, the Spanish Supreme Court or almost any Spanish official institute is actually doing!