France has issued an arrest warrant for Bin Hamman, the architect of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar | Tweet

The French justice system issues an international arrest warrant former president of the Asian Football Confederation, Mohamed bin Hammanconsidered the architect of the Qatar 2022 World Cup attribution, as part of corruption investigation about this vote.

According to a French newspaper L’Equipepublished the note on Tuesday, lAn arrest warrant was issued on June 22. and this is the third thing the judge issues Serge Tourneur as part of this investigation, the first against a Qatari sports official.

Previously, the judge ordered the arrest former President of the Confederation of Oceania, Reynald Temari, and two more people, a councilor and a lawyer, both French.

Bin Hamman never responded to the judge’s call, which was the motive the arrest warrant. This high dignitary from Qatar presided over the Asian Confederation and was FIFA presidential candidate in 2010 before the Swiss Sepp Blatter.

French judges suspect that maneuvered illegally get votes in favor of your country in World Cup 2022 distribution. In particular, they believe that corrupted Temaria into not voting for Australiaoptional Confederation of Oceania which he presided over.

This football leader and former Polynesian player was threatened with suspension after Sunday Times The British singer published in 2014 recordings made in November 2010, on which he sold his voice to Bin Hamman for the 2018 and 2022 World Championships. But, according to the suspicions of the French judges, Bin Hamman pays off defense charges (English newspaper talks about 305,000 euros) so that he could remain in office and thus vote for Qatar.

Bin Hamman it was found disqualified by FIFA since 2011.when he was accused of trying to bribe votes in the race for the presidency of the organization, and since then he has been away from the world of football, without the authorities knowing his whereabouts.

(according to information from EFE And L’Equipe)

Source: Aristegui Noticias

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