In a new surprise, FIFA official Sarah Salimon asked members of FIFA The Five-Year Committee for the Management of the Football Association , That the new council of al-Jabaliyah, which will be elected in August or September, includes 3 women, if it is composed of 11 members.
The FIFA official told the committee members that the International Football Association seeks to activate the role of women, so in the event that the new council is formed from 11 members and refuses to reduce it to 9 members, it must include 3 women, but in the case of reducing it to 7 it must include two women and if it becomes 5 members then it must To include at least one woman.
The five-year committee decided that the number of the new council would be 9, including two women, to vote on this proposal in the ordinary general assembly to amend the list, and Sarah Salimon, FIFA official, agreed to continue the 8-year clause in the list, which prevents any member From running more than two consecutive sessions in Al-Jabalayya .. Discussions took place between the FIFA official and the Five-Year Committee of the Football Association over the past days. Five-pointed Item down the 8-year hold on, and it will be presented to the General Assembly of Jblaah at the next meeting for a vote.
The five-year committee of the Football Association has decided to invite an ordinary general assembly during the coming period to discuss the proposed violations on the statute list, as it is one of the most important files that have been assigned to the five-year committee after its appointment by the FIFA, and the Football Association has sent letters to The clubs of the first, second, third and fourth departments regarding sending their proposals before the new statute list is drawn up for study by the committee in charge of FIFA to manage the affairs of the union before its approval, and the letter indicated that reviewing the statute of the union’s statute is among the actions that M assigned to the Committee by the International Federation to ensure its compliance with FIFA regulations.