FHF Prezidan Jean-Bart enplike nan kèk FIFA Etik Envestigasyon
- Dimanch, Out 14, 2011 9:52 AM
Zurich, Swis - Federasyon entènasyonal la nan (FIFA) foutbòl Asosyasyon an anfavè Etik Komite te lanse yon envestigasyon kont sèz ofisyèl nan Inyon an foutbòl Karayib (CAFUNION) ki gen ladan Prezidan an nan Federasyon an foutbòl ayisyen (FHF), Dr Yves Jean-Bart.
Dr. Jean-Bart has been implicated in a case which alleges officials of the union to have violated the FIFA Code of Ethics, receiving gifts and cash, for their vote of the association's president, Sepp Blatter.
Dapre yon deklarasyon soti nan Zurich (FIFA), sou Me 10 ak 11, yo te nan yon reyinyon ofisyèl yo nan CAFUNION la ki te fèt nan ki manm ranmase, nan pi piti a, $ 40,000 [US] bay vòt yo nan Mohammed Bin amam ki te fè fas 4yèm prezidan an tèm, Jozèf Blatter. Bin amam fòse yo te retire li nan ras la nan mwa jen ak te entèdi pou lavi soti nan foutbòl ameriken.
Dapre Radio Kiskeya , Zurick claims to have photographs of brown envelopes distributed at the meeting which would have contained the cash.
Mohammed Bin Hammam has since likened the fourth-term president of FIFA, Sepp Blatter to a dictator saying that his banishment and this current investigation to be as a dictator eliminating opposition.
"This is actually the act of the dictators, and you have witnessed through history the dictators, when they think this or that person is a prominent one to replace him, the first thing they do is execute him," Bin Hammam told Sky News.
"And they try to fabricate any allegation against him, to jail him or something like that. So I mean usually - I don't know whether Mr. Blatter considers himself a leader or not - but the leader doesn't revenge."
Responsibility to supervise and conduct the investigation was assigned to Judge Robert T. Torres, a member of the FIFA Ethics Commission, which will be assisted by the Europe Freeh Group International (FGI Europe) and the secretariat of the commission.
In Port-au-Prince, Dr. Yves Jean-Bart, nicknamed "Dadou Jean-Bart," had not yet responded to his alleged involvement in the scandal that, if confirmed, could tarnish the image of Haitian football.
In addition to Mr. Jean-Bart, on the list of officials under investigation, Osiris Guzman and Felix Ledesma of the Dominican Republic, and Richard Groden of Trinidad & Tobago, also the home of Jack Warner, the former president of CONCACAF and vice-president of FIFA who was asked to resign in mid-June.
Joseph 'Sepp' Blatter himself has been the subject of much criticism for his misrule of FIFA. Earlier in 2011, an English man, Lord Triesman, alleged wide spread fraud and corruption within the organization. Fans also hold ill sentiments due to Blatter's unwillingness to allow goal line technology. The European Club Association and organizations of the top leagues throughout Europe has threatened to withdraw and not recognize FIFA for Blatter's misrule.
Ki gen rapò 05.11.2011: Warner: "Mwen ri tankou lanfè" nan reklamasyon Seyè Triesman a
Ki gen rapò 05.10.2011: CONCACAF Prezidan te akize de Mande achte peye anba yo achte Ayiti World Cup televizyon Dwa
Sous: Radio Kiskeya , ESPN Soccernet