Is sign language an officially recognized language in the courts?

In detail

Sign language is an officially recognized language in the court in 25 percent of the countries, according to the experts. Amongst respondents it was mentioned that it is not always clearly stated whether the state or the individual needs to cover the cost for the interpreter and also often there is a lack of interpreters (Sweden, Benin, Tanzania, Namibia).

Is sign language an officially recognized language in the courts?

Explanation

This question ask if the official electorate information, produced by the Election Management Body, regarding information on elections, voter registration, modalities of voting and accessibility of voting procedures, ballots and facilities – is available in various forms (including sign language, accessible to screen-readers, audio, braille, electronic and easy-to-read and understand versions).

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