مجلة المفكر للدراسات القانونية والسياسية
Volume 2, Numéro 3, Pages 71-83
Authors : سمير براهم .
The Algerian society is characterized by rich linguistic diversity, inherited from its ancient past and rooted in the ancient past, where the Arabic and French languages as well as the Amazigh language coexist with their dialects We do not forget the many Arabic dialects which have a rich dictionary A large proportion of it consists of Turkish, Persian, Italian and Spanish vocabulary. Tamazight is now considered one of the three components of the national identity in addition to Islam and the Arabic language, with the consensus of all Algerians, But this recognition has come to pass since independence, and we find trails in various Algerian constitutions and a desire to promote the Amazigh language through legal mechanisms that we address in this article and compare it with those of European Constitutions claiming the protection of multilingualism.
Constitution - Amazigh - mechanisms – multilingualism-dialects