On a related issue, the IOC executive board — which meets here Tuesday and Wednesday — will review the status of the disgraced president of the Indian Olympic Association. Suresh Kalmadi, who was jailed for nine months on corruption charges related to the 2010 Commonwealth Games, has stepped away from day-to-day running of the IOA but has not relinquished the presidency. Vijay Kumar Malhotra is serving as acting president.
Kalmadi or the Indian body could face sanctions.
"We'll take all the facts into consideration," Rogge said.
With the London Games less than five months away, Rogge expressed satisfaction with preparations. Local organizing committee LOCOG has faced sharp criticism in Britain over ticketing and budget issues.
"I don't have any concerns," Rogge said. "We're very happy with the way LOCOG and the government are organizing the games. This is really a first-class effort. The deadlines are respected. They are on time and on budget."
The IOC leader also played down a warning from a British watchdog committee last week that rising security costs could threaten London's 9.3 billion pound ($14.6 billion) budget.
"We have been reassured by (Sports) Minister Hugh Robertson, but also by the organizing committee, that the original budget of 9.3 billion pounds still is valid and we have also heard there might be a profit coming out of the games," Rogge said. "We are comforted by that."
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