In 2011, the Quota Law ensured 30 percent of women's representation on the lists for elected public positions. However, the quota has never been reached. Currently, for example, women do not surpass 21 percent of the seats at the Parliament.
Articles were included for the regulation of electoral propaganda and the inclusion of LGBT representatives in the candidacies.
The President's prerogatives to reform the Electoral Registry and the National Electoral Council (CEN) were eliminated, while foreigners residing in Colombia were still allowed to vote in municipal elections.