According to the new norm passed to the Mayor of Bogotá for final
approval, public officials must use inclusive language in speeches, decrees,
resolutions, concepts, notifications, newspapers, brochures, posters, signs, web
sites and blogs.
Critics claim the measure makes comprehension of public documents
more difficult, and puts an end to tradition and harmony of the language.
Watch testimonies of councilor Ángela Benedetti and columnist and
economist Alejandro Gaviria: http://www.semana.com/noticias-politica/polemica-sobre-acuerdo-obliga-concejo-usar-lenguaje-incluyente/125034.aspx