The FIFA Executive Committee has lifted the suspension of the associations of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Brunei Darussalam. The World Football Association announced that on Monday in Zurich.
Zurich (SID) - the Executive Committee of FIFA lifted the suspension of the associations of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FFBH) and Brunei Darussalam (NFABD, formerly BAFA). The World Football Association announced that on Monday in Zurich. The decision was made after both organizations had the conditions provided by the FIFA Emergency Committee met and adopted statutes in accordance with the FIFA statutes.
FIFA and the European Football Union (UEFA) had suspended Bosnia and Herzegovina on 1 April and excluded with immediate effect from all international competitions. The country would have until March 31 articles of association must approve that comply with the requirements of FIFA and UEFA. At the FFBH annual general meeting of 29 March, the revised statutes had failed to achieve the required majority of votes.
The Association of Brunei was 2009 has been suspended after the State Government against the FIFA statutes in the Affairs of the Association had interfered.
It also was announced in Zurich held the Club World Cup (until 18 December 8) this year despite the natural disasters and the leaking radioactivity around the destroyed nuclear power station Fukushima certainly in Japan.