Funny formulations in FIDE rules
Interesting how much leeway FIDEs rules would leave for corrupt tournament organizers. Imagine a case where there are special players (say children of influential people) that should (or should not) obtain the top spots.
From article 13: "The arbiter shall act in the best interest of the competition.".
Not being impartial or being fair.
From prephase about arbiters decision making: the solution to a problem [ should be ] "dictated by fairness, logic and special factors."
Allows almost anything...
From General Rules for tournaments, section 04.2 (Swiss): "It is not allowed to vary the correct pairings so as to maximise a players' opportunities to fulfil title requirements."
So otherwise it is OK...?