The Indonesian Soccer Monitoring Society (MPSI) plans to report the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) to FIFA for manipulating the latter’s statutes.
Max Sopacua from the MPSI said that the PSSI has stated that a former convict can be nominated as PSSI chairman while FIFA statutes said otherwise.
“We will send a team to FIFA headquarters before the PSSI congress,” he said Wednesday, as quoted by kompas.com.
Nurdin Halid is a graft convict and the current PSSI chairman. He is also one of the candidates in the PSSI’s upcoming election for a new chairman.