Please support "Traditional Mongolian Script"
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"Traditional Mongolian Script" ([w:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mongolian_script] ) are used in mongolia and Inner Mongolia of China to this day to write Mongolian , which based on this classical vertical script. In Mongolia, the Cyrillic script writing system is used. Until 1990, only elders used to read and write the Mongolian script. But in the 1990s, secondary schools began to intensify the teaching of the Mongolian script.In China, the ethnic Mongol population was nearly 6 million according to a 2010 census. Many of them still receive nine-year compulsory education in Mongolian using the traditional Mongolian script.Mongolians living in Inner Mongolia are not familiar with the Cyrillic script and use the Mongolian script writing system only. They are unable to read Mongolian Wikipedia in Cyrillic. Data: A valid ISO 639-1 or 639-3 language code:mon  Unicode range:  The language name in English and in its own language: mongolian -ᠮᠤᠨᠭᠭᠤᠯ ᠬᠡᠯᠡ writing-mode: vertical-lr. Now, Internet Explorer, Safari, and Chrome support CSS writing-mode: vertical-lr. Default should still be "mon" in Latin alphabet. Please support "Traditional Mongolian Script".
I would exclusively oppose mn-Mong, as currently the Traditional Mongolian language is having a test-Wikipedia against at incubator:Wp/mvf.
- One of the reason why the wiki is at mvf because creation of test wiki with codes like mn-Mong are not allowed?
- Code on TWN do not need to correspond to wiki site code. For example, we have lzh and yue in TWN, while their wikis are now using zh-classical and zh-yue code.
@C933103: The another reason that I oppose mn-Mong is the touchability, as a matching example, the Azerbaijani can be written (commonly) in Latin and Persian (aka Perso-Arabic) scripts, however, due to the tonal incompatible, we enabled both ISO 639-1 az for Latin (the national official language of the Republic of Azerbaijan, which should points ISO 639-3 azj "Northern Azerbaijani") and ISO 639-3 azb for Persian (the regional official language of South Azerbaijan province (?) of Iran, called "Southern Azerbaijani" in SIL website).