Well, it is again the Esperantists would have to face and the fight will be going on.
I just told a friend that English is the killer of the mother tongue. She knows neither English nor Esperanto. To her, Esperanto is too difficult because the accusative is too much to handle. She learnt a lesson and forlasis.
Another friend, he learn for a week and he could construct the Esperanto simple tense:
Kien vi iras ?
Thus, I concluded not to follow her fb account. It is nothing personal but just feel sad that she could not overcome that accusative. I am still facing that accusative problem now.
Thus, update me to see whether the Esperantists in the EU would take the legal actions if they have the evidence of what the said:
Consequently, the EU Treaties do not confer the power to the Commission to propose the legal act requested. Should you wish to appeal against this decision, we would like to draw your attention to the means of redress available.
You may either:
- bring proceedings before the General Court under the conditions specified in Article 263 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU);
- or, if you wish to complain about maladministration, file a complaint with the European Ombudsman under the conditions specified in Article 228 of the TFEU.
Please note that this letter will be published on the Commission's website for the citizens' initiative in order to inform the public of this decision in a transparent way.
If the EU can sing in Esperanto himno, it would give me another bullet to tell the government and the like about the change of international language.