In 2020, FIFA requested the Council of Europe to cooperate in drafting FIFA’s “Switch System Reform”, on the premise of Council of Europe’s normative framework and the particular expertise of the Group of States towards Corruption (GRECO).
Inside the framework of this cooperation, the Secretariat of the Council of Europe has developed a technical paper which offers an evaluation and particular suggestions on the switch system reform. The paper recognises that the choice of FIFA to assessment and additional develop the switch system of soccer gamers on this planet will undoubtedly and considerably enhance the general local weather on this planet soccer. The targets pursued and the measures deliberate by the related FIFA Process Pressure will – as soon as applied – signify milestones in reaching comprehensiveness, transparency and integrity of the switch system for soccer gamers. Usually, such complete reforms aren’t simple to attain since many very differing pursuits should be taken into consideration. As it’s all the time the case with the introduction of serious and large adjustments, some parts within the proposed adjustments could be additional refined to make sure the comprehensiveness of the reforms and reduce the chances to be misused or not utilized in an optimum manner.
The technical paper was ready by Mr Drago Kos within the capability of Council of Europe advisor. Mr Kos presently is the President of the OECD’s Anti-bribery Working Group in Worldwide Enterprise Transactions, he’s the previous President of GRECO and was additionally a global soccer referee previously.