Pakistan has warned by the international Olympic Committee (IOC) that the country’s Olympic committee will be suspended in July except it complies with the rules that ban government interference.
The IOC had set a foregoing deadline of December 1, 2013 in Pakistan to display that it’s Olympic Committee and sports federations are being run without hindrance.
The International Olympic Committee stated that the Pakistani government “has not kept its promises” only has suggested more distinct dialogue.
The IOC stated the executive board will suspend Pakistan from the Olympic movement at its next encounter in July if the country did not adapt to rules guaranteeing the independence of elected sports officials.
The suspension would mean that the Pakistani athletes could not compete for their nation in the Olympics.
International federations this week also criticized the regime for what they stated were constant holds back and issues in communicating efficiently with the Games organizing committee.
The frequency of assessment visits will also be increased, and the IOC will hire local project directors for the day-to-day execution of the plans and send specialized task forces consisting of experts to look into specific subjects.
The IOC will hire local project managers for the day-to-day execution of the plans and send specialized task forces existing of experts to look into specific issues, the frequency of assessment come to see will also be increased. These will be appointed in the coming weeks, Bach stated.