Aled Roberts Welsh Language Commissioner, dies at the age 59.

A large section of the Welsh community paid tribute to the man who without whom Welsh would not have been able to exist. Welsh language commissioner Aled Roberts passed away aged 59.Aled Roberts passed away in the age of 59 following suffering from disease on the Sunday. The late Mr Roberts was earlier an Assembly Member for North Wales and councillor in Wrexham.

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The condolences are pouring into his name from all over the country from family as well as colleagues alike. He was born in and was raised in Rhosllannerchrugog close to Wrexham and completed his Law studies at the University of Wales Aberystwyth. As the Commissioner of his responsibility for Welsh languages, he concentrated on making the Welsh language more accessible to people who want to utilize it in their daily life.

He was an attorney for areas like Wrexham, Ruthin, and Mold areas for a few years. It was his goal to bring back the Welsh language into the lives of the people. He was a member of Rhos along with Ponciau in the Wrexham Council and was elected the council’s leader in 2005. Wrexham County Borough Council in 2005. He then led the council until he was appointed to the Assembly as a member of North Wales Region in 2011. North Wales Region in 2011.

What is Aled Roberts?

Aled Roberts was born in Rhosllanerchrugog close to Wrexham and then went to at the University of Wales Aberystwyth to learn about law. In the Senedd the Lib Dems were his Lib Dem the spokesperson on education for children and young people as well as for the Welsh language.For some years, he was an attorney for his home district of Wrexham, Ruthin, and Mold districts.

After serving for a time in the Senedd and then he conducted an impartial review of Local Authorities’ Welsh in Education Strategic Plans for the Welsh Government and chaired the committee responsible to implement the recommendations made in the review.His political career began in 1991, when the council got elected on the Wrexham County Borough Council in the Rhos and Ponciau Ward.

He was appointed as Welsh Language Commissioner on 1 April 2019. He was elected as Mayor of Wrexham in 2003. He was also elected as the Leader of the Council in the following year. You can read about his interview after his appointment here.In 2019 he was appointed to the post of the Language Commissar for Welsh and began working to increase the use of Welsh as much as possible. The Deputy Welsh Language Commissioner Gwenith Price, said: “Aled was a charming character who had a unique ability to connect people.

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