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FIFA congress approves new reform programme ByPress Association Published: 19:36 EST, 26 February 2016 | Updated: 19:36 EST, 26 February 2016 e-mail FIFA officials have voted in favour of reforms designed to repair the image of football's world governing body.The reforms address issues of governance, accountability, transparency and diversity and were devised after the worst crisis in FIFA's 112-year history with FIFA officials past and present caught up in corruption inquiries being conducted in the United States and Switzerland.
FIFA members have gathered in Zurich for an extraordinary congress to Buy FUT Coins elect a new president after Sepp Blatter resigned amid the scandals, but prior to that vote officials were asked to vote on the new reform proposals. FIFA has voted in favour of reforms to address governance, accountability, transparency and diversity.