This is a political pressure asking Blatter to allow for an interim leader, in a transparent way, to launch reforms in football’s governing body. In the text approved by parliament, legislators welcomed Blatter’s resignation as a positive thing. Football is an important thing in our world and this is another proof. Lawmakers in Strasbourg passed their resolution by a show of hands after debating the corruption allegations which have plunged football’s governing body into crisis. On the other side, FIFA has its own rules which require senior vice-president Issa Hayatou of Cameroon to step up as interim president if Blatter leaves before the election. No comment made, however, for the instant. However FIFA’s top spokesman, communications director Walter De Gregorio, left his job Thursday, hours after resolution was adopted.