'The most senior person in the county should speak the language' Calls for next council chief to speak Welsh

A row has broken out over whether or not the person who lands a top job in a North Wales council should be able to speak Welsh.
Denbighshire County Council is looking to replace its chief executive, Mohammed Mehmet who announced his plans to step down in October.
An advert for the role, that comes with a salary of more than £123,000, said anyone applying for the position should have a strong empathy for Welsh culture.
However, it is not essential for candidates to be able to speak the language in order to run the county where a quarter of residents are Welsh speakers.
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14 December 2017 in Regional, Views: 192
Source: Daily Post

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