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Language and Baltic Legislation: a Note

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Rna Kionka1
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  • 1 Research Analyst in Baltic Affairs Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute Munich, Federal Republic of Germany
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165 LANGUAGE AND BALTIC LEGISLATION: A NOTE RIINA KIONKA Research Analyst in Baltic Affairs Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute Munich, Federal Republic of Germany From the first birth pangs of perestroika in 1986, the Baltic republics have been at the forefront of change in the Soviet Union. With the way in which they have interpreted and implemented perestroika, the Baltic states have pushed the boundaries of perestroika outward, broadening the realm of the permissable while further defining policy. One of the most significant milestones in that process of defining perestroika came when the Baltic Supreme Soviets began passing packages

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