Until here, nothing special. What merits all the attention, however, is the initiative of the FRF to subject these proposals to a public debate for a period of 15 days before approving them on a definitive basis. During this 15-day period, any interested party (i.e. not necessarily a member of the FRF) may present their point of view, comment and/or propose other amendments.
Such an action constitutes - in the author’s view - an unprecedented exercise of transparency displayed by a Sports Governing Body, putting into play a real...
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