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    No Third Party - Improve and Involve FIFA Anti-Corruption Branch

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    FIFA_England

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    No Third Party - Improve and Involve FIFA Anti-Corruption Branch

    Post by FIFA_England on Sat May 17, 2014 11:08 am

    There's no need to have a new third party, third parties are just as susceptible to corruption as the FIFA ACB, and it'll just take funding from FIFA that it could use to VASTLY improve the ACB. Also let's make the personal finances of all the high-ranking FIFA Officials public to the ACB and Ethics Committee.
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    FIFA_France

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    Re: No Third Party - Improve and Involve FIFA Anti-Corruption Branch

    Post by FIFA_France on Sat May 17, 2014 11:33 am

    France supports this idea. Promoting a 3rd party organization is a waste of money and effort, and so are whistleblowers. We should focus on improving our current committees.

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    Re: No Third Party - Improve and Involve FIFA Anti-Corruption Branch

    Post by FIFA_England on Sat May 17, 2014 11:35 am

    Some whistleblowing might be acceptable though.
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    FIFA_France

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    Re: No Third Party - Improve and Involve FIFA Anti-Corruption Branch

    Post by FIFA_France on Sat May 17, 2014 11:51 am

    We need a good screening process to hire these whistleblowers though.
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    FIFA_Greece

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    Re: No Third Party - Improve and Involve FIFA Anti-Corruption Branch

    Post by FIFA_Greece on Sat May 17, 2014 2:33 pm

    The Delegation of Greece believes that multiple allying associations will benefit the Congress better as opposed to a single organization. As we are currently trying to spread the power of decision making from the President of FIFA to the Congress, Greece does not see why different associations giving FIFA feedback to be a bad idea as the feedback of many tend to be more reliable and unbiased compared to the idea of one.

    FIFA_Uruguay

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    Re: No Third Party - Improve and Involve FIFA Anti-Corruption Branch

    Post by FIFA_Uruguay on Sat May 17, 2014 3:33 pm

    The delegate of Uruguay thinks that Interpol is a great 3rd party to stop or prevent corruption regarding FIFA

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