Court of Arbitration for Sport Rules in favor of FIDE, Rejecting Touze Demands Print
Wednesday, 30 May 2007 00:00
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has ruled in favor of FIDE, rejecting the demands of Mr. Touze. We publish the decision of the CAS in respect of the case "Touze vs. FIDE". Please read French and English versions of the decision.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has ruled in favor of FIDE, rejecting the demands of Mr. Touze. We publish the decision of the CAS in respect of the case "Touze vs. FIDE". Please read French and English versions of the decision.



Back row from left to right: Jean Marc Reymond (FIDE Attorney in Switzerland), Israel Gelfer (FIDE Honorary Vice-President), Gerry Walsh (President of the English Chess Federation and Chairman of the FIDE Committee for Disabled), William Kelleher (FIDE Vice-President), Morten Sand (FIDE Legal Advisor).

Front row from left to right: Ziya Ahmedov (Coach of the Turkish delegation in Belfort), Laura Franco (Member of the Italian delegation in Belfort), Ignatius Leong (FIDE General Secretary), Mario Merritt (Chief of the Trinidad & Tobago delegation in Belfort), Zsolt Korpics (Chief of the Hungarian delegation in Belfort), George Mastrokoukos (FIDE Technical Advisor), Bernd Vokler (Coach of the German delegation in Belfort), Sebastiano Messina (Member of the Italian delegation in Belfort).

 
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