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Anti-corruption efforts in the world football governing body FIFA are faced with more delays.
Zurich-based FIFA said it could not name independent outsiders to spear investigations until July, citing one candidate has declined for health reasons.
Swiss industrialist Domenico Scala, and Lydia Nsekera from Burundi were nominated to be chair and member, respectively, of a new audit committee.
FIFA’s member countries need to finalize the appointments Friday.
Previous anti-corruption efforts by FIFA president Sepp Blatter to disclose information about a past multi-million dollar kickbacks scandal were delayed because of court challenges.