New Zealand hopes to banish jargon with plain language law  The GuardianView Full coverage on Google News
Legislation will require government communications to be clear and concise, but opposition says monitoring will add more bureaucracyLegislation will require government communications to be clear and concise, but opposition says monitoring will add more bureaucracy

New Zealand hopes to banish jargon with plain language law | New Zealand | The Guardian

The Plain Language Bill seeks to improve poor writing in government documents, and proposes 'clear, concise and well-organised' language.The Plain Language Bill seeks to improve poor writing in government documents, and proposes 'clear, concise and well-organised' language, writes Susan Carter

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