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The new head of FIFA’s ethics committee will report on Friday to President Sepp Blatter about allegations of corruption and bribery before the World Cup tournament begins in Brazil this summer, but there is still no assurance that those claims will be upheld.
The committee is already reviewing a wide-ranging investigation into a host of countries that allegedly helped Qatar sponsor events ahead of the summer World Cup. Blatter said Friday he had no doubt the allegations will be “investigated with justice.”
Blatter said “the investigation is ongoing” and that he has been in close touch with FIFA’s chief investigator in Zurich, Hans Jörg Lehman, since FIFA handed him an “emergency” mandate in March to take a more aggressive stance in prosecuting those implicated in the match-fixing scandal. He said he had assured Lehner he would do his best to ensure that no individual was “condemned to prison for life.”
“As a result of some confidential communications I am providing, I am sure he will report to us, I expect him to report to us by Friday, and, hopefully, that will be the end of it,” Blatter added.
Lehner, however, has repeatedly said he believes the Qatar case will proceed in the “right way” and will not be reopened until the entire investigation is complete.
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“We have to be really careful,” the FIFA report’s author wrote in a letter addressed to the president in March describing his initial “fearlessness” in investigating the case. He cautioned that there were other aspects of the investigation that needed to be assessed.
“I see all of these as part of the totality of this process, and this is what I want to assure you of,” Blatter added Friday. “I don’t know whether it is going to take one, two or three months. I don’t know until the end of the investigation. I don’t know the timeline to resolve this whole issue of the Qatar World Cup.”
Lehner’s predecessor on the FIFA ethics committee, German Michael Garcia, had warned