What’s up, folks?
The FIFA World Cup is back!
There’s some more news coming out today and tomorrow, so let’s take a look at the latest and greatest.
First up is the news that FIFA is moving forward with a new round of voting for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
It’s expected to be a relatively easy and quick process, with the process set to be completed by the end of the month.
In fact, the announcement made today is a bit of a surprise given that the FIFA congress is due to begin in January.
The announcement comes just as the FIFA Executive Committee voted to start the 2018 World Cup process by voting on June 9.
There’s no doubt that the timing is important for the FIFA process to proceed quickly, and that’s why the announcement comes so suddenly.
The first thing to note is that the 2018 vote will be conducted on a single ballot.
That means that there are going to be two separate votes in 2018, and the votes will be counted separately.
The first round of ballots will be cast by FIFA’s Executive Committee, which will then be presented to the full FIFA membership.
There will then follow a second round of votes, with that round of voters having to be re-elected and the result counted.
If you recall, the first round vote in the first FIFA congress was the only one to be conducted, and it was decided that the 2019 vote should be conducted using a multi-member process.
Now, that is exactly what the new round is going to look like.
The new round will include five votes from each member of the FIFA executive committee, and those five votes will then all be tallied together to form a single vote, and so on.
If FIFA were to decide to move forward with the 2022 World Cup, there’s no telling when that might be.
There are still a number of votes still to be cast, and with the results coming in at the end.
We do know that the first two votes were conducted in January, and there are also a number more to come.
In the end, it is likely that the votes are going back to the member associations for the 2022 vote, so there is still plenty of time for the 2019 voting to move ahead.
The FIFA executive body has already released a report that provides a breakdown of the voting process.
The report says that the voting will be done using a simple, single-member, single vote process, where the voting of the member association’s executive committee will determine the next FIFA president.
The executive committee members will be selected from the membership of each member association, with each member representing a member of a member association.
There is a total of 30 FIFA member associations in total.
There could be more, so it is not yet clear exactly what kind of process FIFA is considering for the new vote.
But there are still some questions surrounding the 2018 election process.
FIFA has already announced that there will be a vote for the members of the executive committee at the beginning of June.
That’s quite a long time to wait for a vote to be held, so what exactly is going on with the 2018 voting process?
The short answer is that FIFA has not yet decided what the next round of FIFA congresses is going for.
The current round of congresses, which were held in 2018 and 2019, were held over two years, so FIFA is likely still deliberating on a different election system for 2018.
The 2018 congress, in fact, was one of the most contentious, and resulted in the resignation of FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
Blatter was replaced by Max Allegri, the chairman of the committee that voted to change the voting system.
Allegri has since stepped down, and Allegri is currently the president of the European Parliament.
If the FIFA committee continues to sit on a “different system” for 2018, there could be some issues brewing.
There are still more questions surrounding this process, however.
For one, there is no guarantee that the new voting system will be the same for 2018 and 2020, and we have no idea if Blatter will be eligible for reelection in 2022.
We also don’t know if Allegri will be able to get re-election in 2019.
We don’t really know the voting results for 2019, either.
The next FIFA congress has yet to be announced, but we’ll keep you posted.
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