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The policy as spelled out at Wikipedia:Article titles requires that the article title is to use the name that is most frequently used to refer to the subject in English-language reliable sources. This applies to the title of the article – but within the text of the article, pursuant to WP:MOSBIO, the person's legal name should usually appear first in the article. I trust that explains the current Wikipedia policy as it relates to this issue. Dolovis (talk) 13:36, 20 June 2011 (UTC)
No actually it doesn't as you have been shown in the centralized discussion on the topic, that common name doesn't take into account diacritics. You have been by a majority (almost 100%) of the people in that discussion that your interpretation of that policy is incorrect. -DJSasso (talk) 14:11, 20 June 2011 (UTC)
Rubbish. The policy of WP:AT and WP:EN remains in-force. There has been no consensus that reinterprets the long established policy concerning article titles. Dolovis (talk) 14:38, 20 June 2011 (UTC)
Except that neither of those policies say don't use diacritics. -DJSasso (talk) 15:09, 20 June 2011 (UTC)