The rule was announced seven months after the former director and his former secretary-general Jérome Valcke (Jérome Valcke) first disqualified.
Mexico City (apro). -FIFA this Wednesday suspended its former President Joseph Blatter and former Secretary General Jerome Walker for another six years and eight months due to financial irregularities since 2010.
The rule was announced seven months after the organization’s former directors were first disqualified.
Therefore, the new sanctions will take effect when the first sanctions are reached on the two actors involved in the human corruption scandal.
In addition, FIFA also imposed a fine of 1 million Swiss francs on the two former leaders, equivalent to 1.07 million US dollars per person.
Blatter and Jerome’s new mistakes are related to the violation of the Football Management Entity’s Code of Ethics.
85-year-old Joseph Blatter authorized himself to receive a special bonus of 23 million Swiss francs (24.7 million US dollars). Related to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, the 2013 Confederations Cup and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Valcke used the same concept to obtain 30 million Swiss francs, equivalent to 32.2 million US dollars, and his usual remuneration, and appointed the FIFA Ethics Committee (information from the organization).