Language watchdog denounces French ID card's use of English

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Académie Francaise wants government to suspend country's biometric identity card for its "excessive" use of English translations.

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The Académie Francaise – traditional custodians of the French language – has called on the prime minister to suspend the country's biometric identity card for its "excessive" use of English translations, which it claims are unconstitutional, reports RFI.