Because Slovene language has equal rights as other EU languages.
- As citizens of the European Union, Slovenes have decided to build a sense of belonging based on the respect of cultural and linguistic diversity. The EU does not have a single official language, but rather encourages linguistic diversity and language learning. All EU citizens should be able to use their first language in as many different circumstances as possible.
- To ensure that all languages are equal just in various documents is not enough – languages are only equal if they are used as such.
- Slovene language is interesting for foreigners (and not just because of the dual). Exhange students who come to study in Slovenia are as interested in Slovene as Slovenes are interested in other languages when they go to study abroad.