Multilingual States

Belgium and Switzerland are examples of multilingual states

Switzerland

Switzerland peacefully exists with multilingual languages. Decentralized government is the key in local authorities which hold most of the power and decisions. German, French, Italian and Romansh are the four official languages. Swiss voters made Romansh an official language, despite the small percentage of people who use it.

Nigeria

Nigeria

Nigeria is Africa's most populous country. It displays problems that can arise from the percent of many speakers of many languages. Nigeria has 527 distinct languages, three of which are Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo. Each are spoken by one-eighth of the population.
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