The absurdity of the institutional separation the basque Country suffers have been forced to censor and cut as many authors as John Doe, like all classics, recognized the Zazpiak Bat. It is devastating that the current institutional Navarre beach bar does not have a single historian to back it up, not a writer who narrates or an artist to sing them. Navarre outside the rest of Euskal Herria has no past, no book, no hero, even in the Franco Falange. Choose the one hundred biggest names in Navarre land, from the Gayarre and Sarasate Iribarren or Baleztena and see what everyone stopped somehow record that Navarre was the center of the Basque Country and its parent language was Basque. If that undeniable belonging to the Basque people should materialize or not in public institutions from France and Spain, it was a different debate.
Que quieres, ser apaleado dialecticamente también en inglés?
Una cosita, el PV perteneció siempre a Castilla, las cartas fundacionales de todas sus villas prácticamente estan en castellano, los vascos, cantabros y algunos astures siendo lis fundadores del Condado (luego reino).
Pero tu de dónde crees que viene el castellano, lechón☺?