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Mukansanga Salima on the cover of the FIFA Disciplinary Codebook

Mukansanga Salima on the cover of the FIFA Disciplinary Codebook

The photo of female referee Mukansanga Salima was used on the ‘cover’ of the new rules of conduct that will be implemented.

FIFA said it was working with various partners, including the International Association of Football Lawyers, to update its code of conduct and code of conduct.

Some of the main points of the reform aimed at protecting football and its processes include the fact that “sexual violence, harassment and abuse are never ending”.

For this, FIFA said that it is committed to protecting those who are subjected to gender-based discrimination and violence.

Another thing is that “victims have the right to appeal the decision.”

The third was revealed in terms of “increasing efforts to investigate those who are involved in match-fixing, establishing a responsible board”, and punishing those found guilty.

Football associations that make up the world’s governing body have been mandated to report decisions made on gender-based violence and to determine the outcome of the game.

FIFA has also revised the rules regarding the payment of the unsuccessful party in the lawsuit, stating that there will be an interest of 18% of the unpaid debt per year.

He also determined that in the event that the party required to pay, proves that it has fulfilled the requirements, it will immediately be subject to penalties.

These decisions were approved at the FIFA meeting held on 16 October 2022, and will come into force on 1 February 2023.

Mukansanga Salima on the cover of the FIFA Disciplinary Codebook
Mukansanga Salima on the cover of the FIFA Disciplinary Codebook

 

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