Hungary ends state monopoly on certified translations

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Interesting Feb 6

Somewhat different subject, courtroom interpreters in Idaho have to be certified.

I often think about the person on trial, the interpreter and defendant speak on different registrars. the two may be of such diverse backgrounds, they do not understand each other, and no lengthy explanations are allowed.

I think the whole leagal process in courts is tied up with the fundamentalist belief that words are absolute. and i wd hate to be on trial in a foreign country.


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