Los Angeles, Budapest and Paris successfully passed the second round of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Candidature Process for 2024 Summer Olympics, IOC said Thursday on its official website.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — During the IOC Executive Board meeting in Lausanne Frank Fredericks, the IOC Evaluation Commission Chair, informed the Board on details of stage 2 of the Candidature Process which was devoted to Governance, Legal and Venue Funding. The Board confirmed that Los Angeles, Budapest and Paris enter the next stage of the Candidature Process.
As the official IOC website states, the deadline for submission of the candidates’ profiles for the next stage devoted to Games Delivery, Experience and Venue Legacy is February 3, 2017. During Stage 3 in April and May 2017 the Evaluation Commission will visit each candidate city and publish a following report as well as hold in July 2017 a briefing for IOC Members and Summer Olympic International Federations.
The IOC Candidature Process consists of three stages spread over the period of two years. The host city for the Summer Olympic Games 2024 will be chosen in September 2017 in Lima, Peru.
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