People need to be persuaded to speak Welsh, not forced, the first minister has said, after his government was urged to set a better example the BBC reported. Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg said just 12% of assembly debate since May 2016 election had been in Welsh.
Carwyn Jones told BBC Radio Cymru he thought a question should be answered in the language it was asked. He said most voters in his Bridgend seat did not speak Welsh and he needed to communicate directly with them.
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