15 December 2014
Finland should consider listing Esperanto as the second language
Language is always a problem for the leaders of the countries.
Yes, if one makes a mistake in language policy, perhaps, his position in the politics may be gone. Of course, the decision of the move is more of collective ones than personal.
The Finland can live comfortably in multlingual position as long as the leaders can see the Esperanto as the mediator for all the languages in the country.
The people can learn their prefer choice of language and they still can communicate with each other without difficulties. They may even learning three or four languages if they are language lovers and linguistic talents, because Esperanto to them, the Latin based language, needs less than 150 hours of learning time.
Do your see the point of UNESCO which recommended Esperanto since 1954.