FUFAâ€™s normalisation committee will next week hold stakeholders workshops for the final debate on the federationâ€™s statutes prior to their submission to Zurich.
â€œA lot of surgery still has to be doneâ€ said committee secretary Patrick Isiagi refuting reports that final positions have already been taken on issues like qualification of delegates.
The committee completes its work on the draft today in a process that will be followed with distribution of the draft to the stakeholders.
A program on how the workshops will be scheduled in the countryâ€™s five regions was due to be released last evening.
â€œWe have to get the publicâ€™s input on contentious issues like qualification,â€ said Isiagi, clarifying that the committeeâ€™s draft is not the final document.
Lawyers Kavuma Kabenge and John Matovu head the committeeâ€™s constitution sub committee.
The draft was supposed to have been completed and sent to Zurich by June 15. But squabbles in the local soccer fraternity delayed the normalisation process.