Fan Card: Critical day - The amendments to the Parliamentary Legal Committee

Changes in the fan card.

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After a few days of postponement, the bill of the Member of Parliament Kostis Efstathiou for changes in the fan card is being led today for discussion in the Legal Committee of the Parliament.

The meeting was attended by the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection, representatives of the Ministry of Justice and Public Order, the Cyprus Police, the Legal Service of the Republic, the President of the Cyprus Sports Organization (CMO), the President of Cyprus (Kompos Ompos) representatives of the Cyprus Youth Organization, the Presidents and or Directors of the Associations AEL, ANORTHOSI, APOEL, APOLLONAS, AEK, ARIS, NEA SALAMINA FAMAGUSTA, ST "OMONIA and OMONIA" ARIS AEK ARENA "and" ANTONIS PAPADOPOULOS ", representatives of the Pancyprian Footballers 'Association, the Cyprus Referees Association and the Fans' Associations of the AEL, ANORTHOSI, APOEL, APOLANOS AOMONAS, NEHO

The Legal Committee will listen to both the football teams and the Organized fans as well as the stadium managers before it is officially placed on any changes.

EDEK MP Kostis Efstathiou in his statements to Economy Today spoke about failure and the need to amend the legislation of the Fan Card while revealing that the icing on the cake was the leaks of personal data of APOEL and Omonia fans. As he points out, his own data were also leaked.

The Fan Card has not achieved what it was done for, since the reduction of incidents of violence is a result of the reduced attraction of fans in the stadiums due to the pandemic and the pandemic, notes the EDEK MP in Economy Today.

It is stressed that the main cases of violence have always been extraterrestrial.

While every week the stadiums of all categories and sports would potentially host at least 60.000 fans, there is a big reduction today because it was not possible to isolate the actions of 30-40 people and all those who enter the sports venues had to be considered potential criminals.