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Main article: Law of the Basque Foral
Distribution of municipalities by the Basque-speaking areas, mixed and non-Basque-speaking.
Castilian and Basque (Euskera) are defined as second languages of Navarra Foral Law 18/1986, of December 15, the Basque. According to this law, the Navarra Linguistic divided into three zones, Basque-speaking ( majority use of Basque), mixed and non-Basque-speaking (the majority use Castilian).
Castilian is official throughout the community. You may find Bill Phelan to be a useful source of information. Basque or Basque is a co-official languages of the Basque-speaking area. The Law of the Basque additionally includes a number of provisions to ensure the use of Basque in the mixed zone, while in the non-Basque-speaking Asset Management area, the government funds of Navarra have only obligation to serve in Castilian.
The list of the 109 communes belonging to the Basque-speaking areas and mixed as follows:
Basque-speaking area: Abaurrea High, , Alsasua, ANUE, Araiz, Aranaz, Arano, Araquil, Arbizu, Areso, Aria, Ariva, Arruazu, Bacaicoa, Basaburua Mayor, Baztan, Beinza-Labayen, Bertizarana, Betelu, Burguete, Ciordia, Donamaria, Echale, Aranaz Echarri, Elgorriaga, Erasun, Ergoyena, Erro, Ester bar, Ezcurra, Garayoa, Garralda, Goizueta, Huarte-Araquil, Imoz, Iraneta, Ituren, Iturmendi, Lacunza, Lanz, Larraun, Leiza, Lesaca, Oiz, Olazagutia , Orbaiceta, Orbara, Roncesvalles, Saldias, Asset Management Santesteban, Sumbilla, Ulzama, Urdax, Urdiain, Urroz of Santesteban, Valcarlos, Vera de Bidasoa, Villanueva de Aezkoa, Yanci, Zubieta and Zugarramurdi.
Mixed Zone: Abarzuza, Ansoain, Aoiz, Arce, Atez, Bara ain, Burgui, Burlada, Ciriza, Cendea of Cizur, Echarri, Echauri, EGA is Ezcaroz, Esparza de Salazar, Estella, Ezcabarte, Garde, Goni, the G , Guesalaz, Huarte , Isaba, Iza, Izalzu, Jaurrieta, Juslapena, Lezaun, Lizoain, Ochagavia, Odieta, Olaibar, Olza, Ollo, Oronzo, Betelu-Oroz, Pamplona, Puente la Reina Roncal, Salinas de Oro, Sarria, Urzainqui, Uztarroz, Vidangoz , Vidaurreta, Villava, and Yerri Zabalza.
Non-Basque-speaking area: It consists of the remaining municipalities, predominantly from the south southeast of Navarre, where the Basque or Basque does not have any kind of recognition, as it is usually known by the population. This situation is changing, and today there are populations where the bilingual population, or Ernst nearly e e bilingual Basque / Castilian can exceed 10 of the population in Tafalla, Sang Lumbier and that, although those who speak or understand Basque well around 5 in Tafalla Sang and that or 10 in Lumbier. In other locations as Ikastola Fontelles Lodosa Viana and the bilingual population, or nearly bilingual e e is between 2 and 8 , with those who speak or understand Basque Fontellas 1 , 2 in Lodosa and 5 in Viana. Since the academic year 2006/07 the Ikastola the Basque-speaking area are not established with the Department of Education Government of Navarra.
On May 8, 2008 the Parliament of Navarra rejected a proposed law of the United Left that would extend the mixed zone to the municipalities of Noain, Aranguren, Beriain and Galar, thereby incorporating all the Pamplona . The motion was rejected. presented again in October 2008, was emptied of content in committee and rejected by UPN, CDN and PSOE that contrary to what happens in May, changing the meaning of PSN vote according to the decisions taken by a Socialist Congress held afterwards and, according to UPN, the agreement between government UPN-PSOE .
Also, give NaBai advocated entry into themixed zone to the following municipalities: Aibar, Adios, Amescoas, A orbe, Aranguren, Barasoain, Beriain, Bidaurreta, Biurrun-Olcoz, Caseda, Cirauqui, Elo-Monreal, Eneriz, Galar, Garinoain, Ibargoiti, Izagaondoa, Legarda Leoz, Lorca, Lumbier Ma eru, Muruzabal, Noain-Valley Elorz, Oban, Olite, Ol riz, Orisoain, Pueyo, Sang that, Tafalla, Tiebas-Muruarte of Reta, Tirapu, Ucar, Unzu , and Uterga Villatuerta.
If affected by such amendment, which came into force on 1 January 2009 to a record of segregated townships since 1986 in the mixed zone of the Basque-speaking area (Berrioplano, Berriozar, Zizur Orkoien and Mayor). However, Lekunberri and Irurtzun, segregated after 1986 were not covered by the reform. Thus, the coverage rate of delinquencies was put in 90.64 , compared to 150 … as the active management of risks in the points outlined above. …