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El Salvador

Constitution as adopted on 20 December 1983.

Article 62

    The official language of El Salvador is Spanish. The government is bound to see to its preservation and teaching.

    Indigenous languages spoken in the national territory are part of the cultural heritage and are to be preserved, used and respected.

Note: The full text of the Constitution of El Salvadoris available in Spanish through the Political Database of the Americas maintained by Georgetown University.

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