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Sepp Blatter, who four days ago was re-elected for a fifth four-year term as president of FIFA, the world football's governing body announced on Tuesday in Zurich that he would resign his position and lay down his mandate at an extraordinary elective congress to be held later in the year.
According to the New York Times which has had the breaking news lead on the FIFA corruption investigation, Blatter had for days tried to distance himself from the controversy, but several US officials said that in their efforts to build a case against Mr. Blatter they were hoping to win the cooperation of some of the FIFA officials now under indictment and work their way up the organization.
The review presented in this paper indicates that with only a few exceptions FIFA sits free from the formal mechanisms of accountability that are employed to hold international organizations to accountability to their own stated goals….The exceptions are FIFA’s formal accountability to Swiss law under its articles of incorporation and FIFA’s accountability to its sponsors, who benefit significantly from their relationship. However, to date neither the Swiss government nor FIFA sponsors have shown much ability or interest in shaping the governance of FIFA in a direction of reform.
FIFA demonstrated time and again that it has essentially no hierarchical, supervisory, peer or public reputational accountability, and minimal fiscal accountability. This means that efforts to reform FIFA from within or as a consequence of pressure from governments, the public, the media or watchdog organizations are unlikely to result directly in any significant change. However, media attention in particular has the potential to keep FIFA reform on the public and political agenda and in the process confer some degree of perceived benefit to politicians who decide to take up FIFA reform as a cause. The revelation of new and titillating scandals would sustain such attention; in their absence, attention - See more at: http://www.fcpablog.com/blog/2015/6/2/alistair-craig-on-the-fifa-bust-whyd-it-take-so-long.html#sthash.21nC0NBF.dpuf
The 2026 World Cup will be shown on FOX in the United States. The world soccer body awarded the rights on Thursday to Fox without a bidding process. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Le procureur général de la Confédération, Michael Lauber, estime qu'il est pratiquement impossible de faire condamner une personne en Suisse pour appartenance à la mafia.