ADRIANO Galliani has called for a change in the rules after Milan were ordered to play their game with Udinese behind closed doors.
Massimiliano Allegri's men host Udinese in the first round of fixtures after the international break on October 19.
However, they will have no fans present at San Siro after the club were punished following chants from supporters said to reflect their contempt for southern Italy.
Milan are to appeal the decision, and club vice-president Galliani believes guidelines need to be revised.
"I understand that racism is a big problem, a worldwide one," he said.
"However, territorial discrimination is something different. The rule on that needs to be abolished.
"All of the presidents are in agreement with that and I've already called Italian Football Federation (FIGC) chief Giancarlo Abete to tell him that.
"No newspapers or television stations heard it, probably because there was nothing there.
"I was at the Juventus Stadium and I just heard a lot of chants about Mario Balotelli and nothing else.
"The next time it happens the game will be awarded to the opposition and they’ll want a points penalty too.
"If 50 people get together then they can kill a club with racial or territorial discrimination chants."