"I think they are waiting for the extraordinary meeting to take place. A lot of people are sitting on the fence and waiting for the right protocol to happen. And I'm sure on the 4 June there will be a lot more reaction."
Webber's accusation has heavy resonance in F1 - a disrepute charge carries serious penalties for those involved in the sport and has been used by the FIA and Mosley as a means of quietening criticism.
"F1 is the pinnacle of motorsport so a lot of other sports have been tarred with the same brush," Webber said.
"Because F1 is so high profile, we are always very sensitive to not bringing it into [disrepute] because of the amount of people involved in it."
Mosley has been FIA president since 1993. His position is elected by the FIA membership of national automobile clubs and motorsport bodies and his latest four-year term does not expire until October 2009.
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