FIFA has begun ending its reform process. Last week FIFA announced that four committees that it had created as part of the reform process were done their work:
The four FIFA Task Forces which were created at the request of the FIFA Executive Committee in October 2011 have all concluded their mandate to propose reforms, as part of the process which was launched during the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 1 June 2011.FIFA says that the reform effort officially ends next May, according to Sepp Blatter:
The proposals of the Task Force FIFA Ethics Committee and the Task Force Transparency and Compliance, in particular with regards to the creation of the two-chamber Ethics Committee and the creation of the Audit & Compliance Committee, in both cases with independent chairmen, were already approved by the FIFA Congress in Budapest on 25 May 2012. Additionally, the new FIFA Code of Conduct and the appointment of a woman for the first time in the FIFA Executive Committee were also approved that day.
"But our work does not end here. The reform process will continue, as planned, until the 2013 Congress."How did they do? Here is my earlier report card.