FIFA's former anti-corruption partner Transparency International said in a statement that Blatter's organization had failed to follow through on its promises.
"We are disappointed. We had expected a more comprehensive introduction of new procedures," said TI's sports adviser Sylvia Schenk, who walked away from FIFA's process last November. "Too much is still unclear and key issues, such as investigations into the past allegations of corruption, have not been properly addressed."
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