Blatter said that FIFA can ask for evidence of bribery. Cairo, May 11 () .- The president of FIFA, Joseph Blatter, was now "very sad" about new cases of alleged bribery within the organizaciny expressed the need for evidence before knowing what steps to take.
"We need evidence. When we, will we know Where to direct us, if you make an administrative investigation or take the item to the Committee's policy," Blatter said, everquest 2 platinum, in an interview with the taste of television chain Al Jazeera.
Blatter is manifest as after allegations made yesterday in the British Parliament on alleged moves to buy votes or to grant personal favors in exchange for voting to certain passages in the global organization of the 2018 and 2022, that the FIFA Executive Committee granted Russia and Qatar, respectively.
The former president of the, fallen earth power leveling, Federation of English football and England's bid for the 2018 World Cup, Lord Triesman, said yesterday that four members of the FIFA sought bribes in return for English support for the project 2018 World Cup.
In the same parliamentary hearing other complaints arose about the possibility that Qatar has paid bribes to get the 2022 World Cup organization.
In the interview with Al Jazeera, Blatter admitted that it is not the first time that allegations arise in this regard. "We know how to react now," he added, stressing the need to "have evidence" to work properly.
Aadi that FIFA Blatter has already begun to investigate these allegations and invite Triesman said "to give their evidence in, eve isk for sale, writing" and to ask the same to the Federation of English football.
From London, the sports minister, Hugh Robertson, said today that Britain would not rule can be separated from FIFA if it does not take into account these charges corrupcin.
"There is a desire to try and work and FIFA to change from within. If FIFA shows that it is unable to do that, then I atreveraa say that all options are possible," Robertson told BBC Brits chain.
Accusations of alleged bribes or personal favors affect the Trinidadian Jack Warner, a vice president of FIFA, the Paraguayan Nicols Leoz, president of CONMEBOL, Ricardo Teixeira, head of Brazilian football, and Thai s Worawi Makudi.
Also include representatives of Ivory Coast Camerny the FIFA executive committee, and Jacques Issa Hayatou ANOUMA, respectively.
The Russian designacin to organize the world in 2018 and Qatar to take on the 2022 tournament was announced by FIFA on 2 December.
Upon learning of these allegations today, the Association of football in Qatar qualifying them as false and "unreliable," adding that "not pruned try."