How FIFA is changing Brazil’s Constitution for the World Cup

By Daniel De Saulles, 19 June 2014
<p>Its organising committee, FIFA, has had to work increasingly closely with the governments of host nations. For this year’s World Cup in Brazil, FIFA has even gone as far as changing some of the country’s law.</p><p><br><br>Before choosing a host country, FIFA requires a “government guarantee” on certain legal issues, including: security, alcohol, visa procedures, customs and tax law, infrastructure and labour relations. Currently, Brazil faces an uphill battle to complete its stadiums, build adequate transportation infrastructure and comply with various demands of FIFA.</p><p><br><br><strong>Alcohol</strong></p>
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