Rogge said athletes would be immediately reminded about their responsibility to abide by the IOC regulations related to protests in the charter.
"Definitely this is important in terms of informing the athletes about the responsibility of Rule 50," Rogge said. "We are going to do this immediately after this session, the same way we have done it before the Beijing Games, to inform the athletes and the national Olympic committees of the rules of rule 50."
As Sochi officials made their presentation, a few dozen people protested against the gay law outside the Russian embassy in Buenos Aires. They draped security barriers with rainbow flags and held a banner which said "Homophobia Kills."
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