Two State bodies reported over Irish language breaches

Two State organisations have been reported to the Houses of the Oireachtas for their failure to implement Irish language plans.

An Coimisinéir Teanga, Seán O'Cuirreáin today revealed that both the HSE West and the National Museum of Ireland have been found in breach of statutory language provisions.

Reports have now been sent to the Houses of Oireachtas, where they will take additional measures to correct the breaches.

A report outlining suggested amendments to a review on the official languages act has also been published.

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