I understood the mecanism (but not the involved code):
This problem is easily reproductible: installing a fresh Ubuntu from CD, 
choosing "English" as the language and the keymap"Belgian", makes everytime the 
region language in German.

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Title:
  day of week in german despite i configured the system in english

Status in language-pack-en package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  Description
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  I chose the english language and live in Belgium. So I chose Brussels for the 
Time Zone, and the Belgian keymap.

  The Ubuntu date & time applet, in the top bar of the Ubuntu desktop
  interface shows me "Son HH:MM", Son standing for "Sonntag" which is
  german. I don't get why there is german in my interface since I
  configured this language nowhere but English.

  Expected Behavior
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  Having the day of week in English.

  My configuration to reproduce the problem
  -----------------------------------------
  Here is the region & language configuration as seen in the settings pannel:
  Language: English (United States)
  Formats : Belgien
  Input Sources: Belgian

  In the "Date & Time" settings:
  Time Zone: CEST (Brussels, Belgium)

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