What is this all about? Well, yes, you guessed right, it's all about politics. The languages concerned here are Catalan and Aragonese, but it seems there are people in Aragón who are not happy with these names. For the Aragón nationalist parties, it is inconvenient to admit that Catalan (the language of their powerful eastern neighbours) is spoken in their territory. The other party involved, the conservative PP, does not seem to be in favour of promoting regional languages, especially if they're on the verge of extinction, like Aragonese itself. What about the other parties? They have obviously criticised the new terminology as absurd and ridiculous. Let's admit it: these names have some kind of Polinesian flavour that does not quit fit in this northeastern region of Spain, especially if we bear in mind that "Lapao", as it will be officially known from now, is spoken in the north of the region, i.e. in the areas bordering the Pyrenees.
Source of the image: Wikipedia.