The Tokyo Olympics organizing committee will consider relaxing the submission requirements for the public competition to select a new logo, officials said Wednesday, a day after the original logo was scrapped amid plagiarism allegations.

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics committee will also seek to make the screening process more transparent, they said.

In the previous selection process, only designers who had won at least two of seven designated design awards were eligible for the logo competition, while the selection process was not disclosed.