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Protests reveal dissatisfaction of Brazilians with FIFA
Body of football is one of the targets of protesters in Brazil, but the FIFA
requirements are not new: the candidate countries know them since the beginning of
the process of choosing the host of the World. FIFA was not forgotten during the wave
of FIFA 13 Coins protests sweeping the Brazil. The population took the
Confederations Cup to show the body of football that is not satisfied with its
provisions and the progress of preparations for the World Cup 2014. The most
extreme happened in Salvador, where two buses were stoned federation on Thursday
(20/06) and some protesters tried to storm the hotel where they were staying
employees of the entity. At the opening event of the Confederations Cup last Saturday,
FIFA president Sepp Blatter was booed off the Mane Garrincha Stadium in Brasilia.
Demonstrations have taken place near the stadiums where the games of competition.
"FIFA behaves in Brazil as it has behaved in all regions of the world in recent decades
as a blackmailer," says sportswriter Andreas Rüttenauer, the German newspaper Die
Tageszeitung (taz), left. The World Cup has grown to become an Buy FIFA 13 Coins
event desired worldwide, argues. Because of this, the federation that countries could
"beg to organize the event. Increasingly becomes more clear that FIFA is a corrupt
organization, and countries kneel before this corrupt organization," says Rüttenauer.
Party to disappointment The announcement of the choice of Brazil to host the World
Cup in 2014 caused an uproar in the country. But that joy was short lived. The closer
the date of the event, the greater the dissatisfaction of many Brazilians. "The
population is dissatisfied by the Fifa symbolizes and misinformation because does not
know how an application and finds that the entity is imposing unforeseen things,"
says sports journalist Juca Kfouri, a leading critic of overspending with Copa World
Cup 2014. When a country has applied to the selection process for the FIFA Ultimate
Team Coins realization of a World Cup, he abides by the FIFA to be chosen to host
this event. Also Brazil, when he ran, he knew he would have to meet several
requirements, especially in relation to the stadiums. To Rüttenauer, countries err by
not trying to negotiate with FIFA. "Countries should have a stronger position, leading
FIFA to achieve your events only in autocratic states. Cup So lose some importance,
and the role of the country would be stronger," says the journalist. Rüttenauer says
also in Germany lacked transparency in holding the Cup. "Nobody knew what was
agreed with FIFA. Had government guarantees, and most of them were secret." The
journalist considers important the protests directed against the fifa coin traders entity.
"Football fans no longer wish to Fifa say how games should be." A delicate situation
One of the main criticisms heard in protests in Brazil are the costs for the construction
and renovation of stadiums. Stadiums in good condition, as the Maracana were
reformed to meet the standard FIFA. The work in Rio de Janeiro, initially budgeted at
600 million, exceeded 900 million. Even the names of the arenas are imposed by the
entity. For example, she uses the name when Mane Garrincha stadium refers to
Brasilia on his official website. FIFA is contrary to the old fifa 13 ultimate team
coins name, because it believes that stadiums should have international names. "They
are being built stadiums, road works being carried out, but there is no social return.
This has generated a lot of dissatisfaction," says Benedito Barbosa, People's
Committee of the Copa São Paulo. Pressure from all sides The relationship between
the Brazilian government and FIFA is also quite delicate. "They are frosty relations,
almost formal, just" opines Kfouri. The organization criticized at various times the
construction progress of the stadiums to the transport sector. The general secretary of
FIFA, Jerome Valcke, went on to say that Brazil deserved "a kick in the ass", in March
2012, that the works walked faster. The statements led Sports Minister Aldo Rebelo,
claiming she did not want the secretary of the entity as an interlocutor for issues
related to the World Cup. On occasion, Fifa apologized to the government statement.
FIFA also chafed at the text and the delay in the approval of the General Law of the
Cup, arguing that the government had pledged to meet some requirements of the fifa
13 coins for sale organization when he signed the document that assured the country
the right to hold the event. President Dilma Rousseff modified certain points of the
law, which members of Fifa perceived as arrogance of government. There was
disagreement on three aspects: brands - all requests for use of expression referencing
the Cup should be approved without going through the evaluation of the National
Institute of Industrial Property - broadcast rights - exclusive use images only to
companies that pay - and ticket sales - the law prohibiting middle entrance. In June
last year, the law was enacted with changes of government. However, some points
still favoring Fifa and harming Brazil, as in articles blaming the Brazilian government
for FUT 13 Coins damages caused by third parties and phenomena of nature and
which exempts the entity and its subsidiaries from paying expenses with processes
and court costs. Ie, the Union is responsible for paying compensation to FIFA, its
partners, the fans who feel harmed by something that did not work during the event or
by the protests taking place at the moment.