The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced on Thursday that it will be adding photos of footballers to events and social media after the photos were removed.
The AP reported that teams from Britain, Chile, the United States, Sweden and New Zealand knelt before the start of work on Wednesday, while Australia held a flag holding the flag of the nation’s indigenous people. (CONTACT: Poland sends six scientists home from Tokyo Olympics after embarrassing mistake)
The IOC admitted Olympic According to the AP, the rules of charter 50 in July, which banned athletes from protesting anywhere.
After images of Olympic footballers kneel and are removed from prominent official wheels and social media channels, the ACBU said Thursday that knee-jerk protests will be on display in the future. https://t.co/EHF7YHharg
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KBO did not initially post the photos on its social media or its flagship, but later reversed its policy, the AP said.
“KBO will cover the games on its own and managed platforms and such moments will also be included,” KBO said on Thursday, the AP reported.
The committee updated its protest instructions on July 2 and allowed athletes to protest and express their views “before the start of the race,” but not on the podium or during the medal ceremony, the statement said. Press release.
Athletes are still prohibited from playing “after leaving the‘ invitation room ’(or similar area) or during the presentation of an athlete or individual team,” the ACBU said.
“Athletes are expected to respect current laws, Olympic values and the values of their other athletes,” the statement said.
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