JAKARTA, (PR) .- The Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) stated, representatives of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) will come to Indonesia to help PSSI form a special committee (ad hoc) integrity prevention score setting or “match fixing“
PSSI Secretary General Ratu Tisha Destria said, the meeting will be held on January 15, 2019. The National Police will also be invited to the event.
“The AFC will help PSSI to form an ad hoc committee and other technical affairs regulatory framework such as membership, limits, what kind of accountability the federation and others,” said Ratu Tisha in Jakarta, Thursday, January 10, 2019, as reported by the Antara News Agency.
In addition, the AFC who came to Indonesia at the request of directly from the International Football Federation (FIFA) will also guide PSSI about making a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with other parties outside of football, including the police.
The AFC experience that has an MoU with the international police (Interpol) will later become an important insight for PSSI.
“All of that will be discussed,” said Queen Tisha.
After the intensive meeting, PSSI hopes that within one to two months the PSSI ad hoc integrity committee to prevent score settings can be formed complete with all regulations and all things that support.
In general, the Ad Hoc Committee of PSSI Integrity will consist of those who are called Ratu Tisha as 'soccer people'.
Reflecting on other federation-like committees, said Queen Tisha, this was because the committee was related to the special law (lex specialis) of football.
“There will be special contacts there that can direct directly to the authorities, for example the police,” he said.
Ad Hoc Integrity Committee PSSI is projected to work during 2019 to make all policies for preventing score settings. The rule became active in 2020. ***