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Rhaeto-Romanic is spoken in parts of the Swiss canton of Graubünden. It has been a national language of Switzerland (alongside German, French and Italian) since 1938. However, Rhaeto-Romanic is restricted in its function as an official language of the federal government;although all citizens have the right to address the federal government and receive a response in Rhaeto-Romanic, not all laws are automatically passed in Rhaeto-Romanic. In 1982, the five regional dialects were merged into a standard/homogeneous written language, the Romansh ‘Grischun’.
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