The nine cities bidding for the 2012 Olympics and 2012 Paralympics organization recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The Committee has selected five of them, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York and Paris, London, of which prevailed in the end, it will be the first city to organize the Olympic Games for the third time now.
The assortment process for the Olympic Games 2012 years is considered one of the best competitions in the history of the IOC. Paris is seen by some as a pioneer for much of the campaign, but practically the lobby of fans in London and inspirational final presentation Sebastian Coe led to the success of its offer. Madrid is considered one of the favorites, but the city does not receive enough votes to overcome the Paris and London. The fact that Spain is the 1992 Olympic Games, held a major drawback for deals in Madrid. The other candidate cities, Havana, Istanbul, Leipzig and Rio de Janeiro were eliminated. Four of the five contender cities are highly recognized national capital, thus increasing the competitiveness of the importance lent to the final stage of the auction.
Paris and Madrid, the highest result accomplish in the implementation phase, but in early 2005 to conduct a thorough evaluation of nominations for Paris and London in a tight race was tense as the final vote approached. On 6 July 2005 at all four wheels full vote at the 117th Session of the IOC and the IOC Session in Singapore, remove Moscow, New York and Madrid in the first three rounds. London won the final by a margin of four votes from Paris and affirmed the right to host the Olympics 2012th. The main points of the prosecution were successful athlete in 2012 in London, incentive initiatives and lobbying of the then British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Public statements by IOC President Jacques Rogge have rejected accusations that the game was honest. Further discussion during the procurement process when British mystery television series Panorama showed corruption scandal in connection with the IOC member Ivan Slavkov and Olympic representative, who offered to vote on the discharge of members of the IOC's Olympic Games in 2012 in exchange for financial support Still recovering from Salt Lake City scandal, the IOC responded quickly and repressive of individuals breaking the rules.