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For Asia, which has no cities bidding for the 2012 Olympic Games, has the following nations that have IOC members:

China: 2

Chinese Taipei: 1

Hong Kong (China): 1

India: 1

Indonesia: 1

Iran: 1

Japan: 2

Korea (North): 1

Korea (South): 3

Kuwait: 1

Lebanon: 1

Malaysia: 1

Mongolia: 1

Pakistan: 1

Philippines: 1

Qatar: 1

Saudi Arabia: 1

Singapore: 1

Syria: 1

Thailand: 1

That's 24 members from Asia, out of 124 in the world at this time.

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What will be the main target zones of the bid cities for votes? Which regions of the world will they be canvassing and relying on to vote for them?

For example, I think London will be trying very hard to secure the Commonwealth votes, which could be very important.

I would expect Madrid to go for Latin American votes, would you all?

Where will Russia, NYC and Paris be looking? Any other ideas for London and Madrid?

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It surprises me that China, Japan and Brazil ahve less than countries like Sweden and Switzerland.

Well, nearly half of all the IOC members come from Europe. By the way, Israel is considered part of Europe in this regard.

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It surprises me that China, Japan and Brazil ahve less than countries like Sweden and Switzerland.

Well, nearly half of all the IOC members come from Europe. By the way, Israel is considered part of Europe in this regard.

Who considers Israel as part of Europe in that regard?

Just because they have lighter skin, doesnt make them European. Israel couldn't get into the EU if it wanted to.

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It surprises me that China, Japan and Brazil ahve less than countries like Sweden and Switzerland.

Well, nearly half of all the IOC members come from Europe. By the way, Israel is considered part of Europe in this regard.

Who considers Israel as part of Europe in that regard?

Just because they have lighter skin, doesnt make them European. Israel couldn't get into the EU if it wanted to.

The IOC and the European Olympic Committees. For proof, come to this website:

The Eurolympic Website

From there, pick the English translation.

After that, find the ENOCS section and click on it.

Then, it gives you the list of the nations within the European Olympic Committee. There is the ISR icon (for Israel and with the flag of Israel) in this list.

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What will be the main target zones of the bid cities for votes? Which regions of the world will they be canvassing and relying on to vote for them?

For example, I think London will be trying very hard to secure the Commonwealth votes, which could be very important.

I would expect Madrid to go for Latin American votes, would you all?

Where will Russia, NYC and Paris be looking? Any other ideas for London and Madrid?

I agree. London votes coul come from Commonwealth countires and Madrid from Latin America.

Paris could recieve votes from ancient african colonies, such as Morocco, Algeria and so on.

Russia and NYC no idea.

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Oh, I wasnt challenging you or saying you were lying, I was just saying that ISrael isnt part of Europe.

I know. How quirky the IOC can be here. Even though Israel has only one vote, too bad we really won't know where that vote will go to in 2005. The "general feeling" is that it could go to New York.

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Here's the rest of the IOC active member nations that have only ONE member each. Here it is in alphabetical order:

Algeria

Argentina

Austria

Barbados

Bulgaria

Cameroon

Chinese Taipei [Taiwan]

Columbia

Cote d'Ivoire

Croatia

Cuba

Cyprus

Denmark

Dominican Republic

Egypt

Fiji

Guatemala

Guinea

Hong Kong [China]

India

Indonesia

Iran

Ireland

Israel

Liechtenstein

Luxembourg

Malaysia

Mauritius

Monaco

Morocco

New Zealand

Nigeria

Kenya

Korea [North]

Kuwait

Lebanon

Mongolia

Pakistan

Panama

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Puerto Rico

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

Serbia and Montenegro

Singapore

South Africa

Syria

Thailand

Togo

Tunisia

Uganda

Uruguay

Zambia

Chinese Taipei [Taiwan]

That is Chinese Taipei [/b]China !! :alien:

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Here's the rest of the IOC active member nations that have only ONE member each. Here it is in alphabetical order:

Algeria

Argentina

Austria

Barbados

Bulgaria

Cameroon

Chinese Taipei [Taiwan]

Columbia

Cote d'Ivoire

Croatia

Cuba

Cyprus

Denmark

Dominican Republic

Egypt

Fiji

Guatemala

Guinea

Hong Kong [China]

India

Indonesia

Iran

Ireland

Israel

Liechtenstein

Luxembourg

Malaysia

Mauritius

Monaco

Morocco

New Zealand

Nigeria

Kenya

Korea [North]

Kuwait

Lebanon

Mongolia

Pakistan

Panama

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Puerto Rico

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

Serbia and Montenegro

Singapore

South Africa

Syria

Thailand

Togo

Tunisia

Uganda

Uruguay

Zambia

Chinese Taipei [Taiwan]

That is Chinese Taipei [/b]China !! :alien:

And that's not you or your country's decision... :;):

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Sorry. The IOC has made its decision that Taiwan is Chinese Taipei, to begin with. Also, it has a vote as an entity, rather than a nation.
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4 new IOC members will be elected, out of the 32 nominations, at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. See the IOC article below for more details:

IOC Athletes' Commission: 32 Athletes Run For Election

Here's the list of possible IOC members:

Haya Bint Al-Hussein (Jordan)

Sureyya Ayhan (Turkey)

Michiel Bartman (Netherlands)

Dejan Bodiroga (Serbia & Montenegro)

Francisco Boza (Peru)

Stephan Buckland (Mauritius)

Szilveszter Csollany (Hungary)

Monica Deyhanira Del Real Jaime (Mexico)

David Douillet (France)

Hicham El Guerrouj (Morocco)

Rania Elwani (Egypt)

Carlos Espinola (Argentina)

Manuel Estiarte (Spain)

Victor Alexander Feddersen (Denmark)

Susana Feitor (Portugal)

Frank Fredericks (Namibia)

At least, this is a sample of the possible candidates. I'll try to get the rest on here. No thanks to my ISP and my connection to the Internet here.

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Here's another set of athlete candidates for IOC membership:

Gianna Hablutzel-Burki (Switzerland)

Karina Habsudova (Slovakia)

Chih-Hsiung Huang (Chinese Taipei)

Daniel Igali (Canada)

Konstantinos Kenteris (Greece)

Robert Korzeniowski (Poland)

Mireya Alejandrina Luis Hernandez (Cuba)

Stavros Michaelides (Cyprus)

Erki Nool (Estonia)

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Here's the last of the 32 candidates for IOC membership:

Jefferson Perez (Ecuador)

Matthew Pinsent (Great Britain)

Hadi Saei Baneh Kohal (IR Iran)

Jean-Michel Saive (Belgium)

Florian Schwarthoff (Germany)

Marius Daniel Urzica (Romania)

Jan Zelezny (Czech Republic)

Some countries could end up having its first IOC member while others could increase its number of them here.

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Here are the African and Oceania IOC member nations and the number of them:

AFRICA

Algeria: 1

Cameroon: 1

Cote d'Ivoire: 1

Egypt: 1

Guinea: 1

Kenya: 1

Mauritius: 1

Morocco: 1

Nigeria: 1

Senegal: 2

South Africa: 1

Togo: 1

Tunisia: 1

Uganda: 1

Zambia: 1

OCEANIA

Australia: 4

Fiji: 1

New Zealand: 1

In all, that's 20 members in 2 regions here out of the total of 124 members of the IOC.

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I have the feeling that a large part of IOC members from african countries may vote for Paris (well at least if they don't have resentment over silly stuff like denial of visa or whatever :)):

i can easily see those "countries" voting for paris:senegal, algeria, tunisia, morocco, mauritius, Ivory Coast, Cameroon...

for guinea and egypt that could be for London I'm not sure...

all the other should be for London (uganda, zambia, south africa etc...).

but who knows what could happen...

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I hope the nominees from Turkey and Czech Republic win. Turkey just lost a member and CR doesn't have one. I realize that many countries dont, but CR is a new, but important country.

Also, all this talk about how commonwealths will vote for their former "mother country" is dumb. I am sorry, but who says that all the african countries will go for London and Paris, why? Spain had some african ties and the US contributes millions, if not billions to Africa.

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I hope the nominees from Turkey and Czech Republic win. Turkey just lost a member and CR doesn't have one. I realize that many countries dont, but CR is a new, but important country.

Also, all this talk about how commonwealths will vote for their former "mother country" is dumb. I am sorry, but who says that all the african countries will go for London and Paris, why? Spain had some african ties and the US contributes millions, if not billions to Africa.

Ooooo... let's not get into this. The US is actually, as a % of GNP, the secnd most tight fisted developed country in the world. It doesn't give nearly as much to Africa as it should, or as  France and Spain and especially Britain do.

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AFRICA

Algeria: 1 - Paris

Cameroon: 1 - Paris/London (Cameroon is both a Commonwealth country as well as being speaking French)

Cote d'Ivoire: 1 - Paris

Egypt: 1 - London

Guinea: 1 - Paris

Kenya: 1 - London

Mauritius: 1 - London

Morocco: 1 - Paris

Nigeria: 1 - London

Senegal: 2 - Paris

South Africa: 1 - London

Togo: 1 - Paris

Tunisia: 1 - Paris

Uganda: 1 - London

Zambia: 1 - London

OCEANIA

Australia: 4 - London

Fiji: 1 - London

New Zealand: 1 - London

Out of African / Oceania members i think the vote (based on colonial ties - i don't think there would be any reason for Afr/Oc to vote for NYC, Moscow, Madrid) will pan out to be;

Paris    =    8 or 9 depending on cameroon.

London = 13 or 14       "        "        "

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For Asia, which has no cities bidding for the 2012 Olympic Games, has the following nations that have IOC members:

China: 2

Chinese Taipei: 1

Hong Kong (China): 1

India: 1

Indonesia: 1

Iran: 1

Japan: 2

Korea (North): 1

Korea (South): 3

Kuwait: 1

Lebanon: 1

Malaysia: 1

Mongolia: 1

Pakistan: 1

Philippines: 1

Qatar: 1

Saudi Arabia: 1

Singapore: 1

Syria: 1

Thailand: 1

That's 24 members from Asia, out of 124 in the world at this time.

Well, let's see how you guys react to this post I made earlier, to compare with what some of you have posted about African IOC members.

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and what makes u think that egypt and mauritius will vote for london over paris ??

Both countries have tight history with France !

Egypt has a very strange history with Britain and France.

It is also tight with Britain, so I think it may come down to which city they prefer, or who lobbies better. france supported Morrocco for the 2010 world cup, and this may have annoyed Egypt because it was North African.

London and Paris also have large Muslim populations, but London hasn't banned the hijb. It will be close.

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and what makes u think that egypt and mauritius will vote for london over paris ??

Both countries have tight history with France !

Wow. I didn't know one could do this. As a matter of fact, I think this scenario has happened before. What I mean is that to be an unregistered guest and be able to post here.

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