The law still needs to be published and regulated
Barranqueño, a hybrid language with no written tradition, unique in the world for its mixed character of Portuguese and Spanish, is spoken by about 1.300 residents of that region.
Barranquenho is a mix of more archaic Portuguese, with a Spanish endowed with the sung Andalusian accent
Pedro do Carmo, PS deputy elected by Beja, is the first subscriber to the parliamentary initiative
There is a project that involves the Municipality and universities to study and preserve the local language