[F128DStrategies relating to Irish language and Ulster Scots language etcE+W+S+N.I.
(1)The Executive Committee shall adopt a strategy setting out how it proposes to enhance and protect the development of the Irish language.
(2)The Executive Committee shall adopt a strategy setting out how it proposes to enhance and develop the Ulster Scots language, heritage and culture.
(3)The Executive Committee—
(a)must keep under review each of the strategies; and
(b)may from time to time adopt a new strategy or revise a strategy.]]
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