“the right to use

a regional or minority language

in private and public life

is an inalienable right”

DATABASE FOR
THE
EUROPEAN CHARTER FOR
REGIONAL OR
MINORITY LANGUAGES

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maintained by the

Public Foundation for European Comparative Minority Research

 

Supported by the

Council of Europe and the

Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Hungary

Timeline for Liechtenstein

Most important dates in the implementation of the Charter in Liechtenstein

 

 

Entry into force

5 November 1992

Signature

18 November 1997

Ratification

1 March 1998

Entry into force

 

 

 

1st monitoring cycle

1 March 1999

Initial periodical report due

15 March 1999

Initial periodical report by Liechtenstein

no visit

On-the-spot visit by the Committee of Experts

7 February 2001

Evaluation report of the Committee of Experts

no comments

Comments by the Government of Liechtenstein

no recommendation

Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers

 

 

 

2nd monitoring cycle

1 March 2002

2nd periodical report due

29 May 2002

2nd periodical report by Liechtenstein

no visit

On-the-spot visit by the Committee of Experts

24 March 2004

Evaluation report of the Committee of Experts

no comments

Comments by the Government of Liechtenstein

no recommendation

Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers

 

 

 

3rd monitoring cycle

1 March 2005

3rd periodical report due

1 March 2005

3rd periodical report by Liechtenstein

no visit

On-the-spot visit by the Committee of Experts

8 April 2005

Evaluation report of the Committee of Experts

no comments

Comments by the Government of Liechtenstein

no recommendation

Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Timelines for other States Parties:

 

 

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