Talk:South Schleswig Voters' Association

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The Danish name is the primary nameEdit

As primarily a minority party for the Danish minority the Danish name is the primary one. They represent "National Frisians" as well, but that is a minor part of their coalition. Danish, Frisian (and Low German) were recognized as official languages of S-H in May, so if that is the argument for putting under the majority language, that is no longer valid. The Swedish People's Party article uses the Swedish name as the primary and the Finnish as the secondary and would be an apt comparison.--Batmacumba (talk) 22:19, 16 September 2015 (UTC)

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