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STRIDON: Studies in Translation and Interpreting
Through the analysis of official legal documentation, this paper presents a historical overview of the development of laws and practices regarding language policies in Socialist Yugoslavia, and the use of the Albanian language in education and in the security sector in Kosovo with special emphasis on translation and interpreting. The results of the analysis show that in the 1970s socialist Yugoslav laws governing the equality of languages in a multilingual state, as codified in the constitutiondoi:10.4312/stridon.1.1.33-55 fatcat:5eg4b46jg5hzlnb7zvdgrmr6mu