Template:European Parliament election, 2014 (Netherlands) candidate lists
Hello and nice to meet you.
I saw your reversion of my edits on Template:European Parliament election, 2014 (Netherlands) candidate lists, back to ALLCAPS for some party names.
It doesn't matter that names were styled in ALLCAPS in the sources – they shouldn't be repeated that way on Wikipedia. Please read the Wikipedia Manual of Style at Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style/Capital_letters#All_caps. In almost all instances, ALLCAPS should be reduced to sentence case, or in the case of book titles or newspaper headlines, to title case. The parties' names are not acronyms or other types of names that should be written in ALLCAPS. Even if they are usually stylized in capitals, they should be reduced, and as an example, the titles of the Wikipedia articles for these political parties do not have their names in ALLCAPS.
Please let me know if you want to make the changes to sentence case, or if you prefer me to do it.
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