On Saturday, Nasser al Khater, director general of the Qatar Organizing Committee said that Qatar has been treated unfairly for many years and that it is being censored.
New York All eight stadiums are complete. Despite hostilities from neighbors, corruption investigations, and concerns about worker abuse, the 2022 World Cup has held its ground.
Over the next 12 month, expect more pressure from human right organizations, player protests, and anger from game planners.
The clock on the promenade in Qatar’s capital will be unveiled one year ahead of the World Cup opening.
After FIFA’s December 2010 vote to locate the World Cup Headquarters in Qatar, infrastructure began to improve in the country. People also started to criticize working conditions and this led to improvements to labor laws.
Nasser Al Khater (director general of the organizing committee) stated that Qatar has been unfairly treated and censored over many years.
These projects cost 200 billion dollars, according to different reports.
Al stated that Qatar was the leader in reforms in the region and that Qatar has set minimum wages. Khater. To the media.
Qatar did not provide complete details or data on the deaths of migrant workers, especially migrant workers from South Asia, who have done a lot of work for the country’s infrastructure.
In some cases, the World Cup Organizing Committee is what brought the most change to the whole country. But the conditions faced by law enforcement and workers—especially in the sweltering summer—are still a concern for some organizations.
Amnesty International stressed the need to investigate the cause of death and whether workers were denied the right to form a union. Without the permission of the employer.
Al Khater stated, “There is criticism.” “Some work needs to be done. However, significant progress has been made. These progresses have not been documented by Amnesty International or Human Rights Watch reports.
Twelve countries as well as the host Qatar are eligible to compete in 32 teams. Members from Denmark reported that the Qatari equipment they use for training will include important information about human rights.
It is therefore certain that football players will be aggressive in the World Cup.
The construction project is almost complete.