"The FIFA Ethics Committee should investigate Infantino," Estimated Blatter



After the revelations of the President of the FIFA Gianni Infantino and the Swiss justice, the FIFA Commission's Ethics Commission "must open an investigation on Infanta", Judge Sepp Blatter in an interview to the AFP.

"The FIFA Ethics Commission, as well as the compliance committee, must do something and open an investigation into Infantino," Blatter said Wednesday.

"Where's the Infantino's defeat in his election?" He should go to the Ethics Committee to show that it is transparent, "added Blatter, who is suspended by FIFA's Ethics Commission for a $ 2,000,000 controversial payment from Swiss Franc (€ 1.700,000) to Michel Platini.

Football leaked to inform that Infantino had two informal and secret meetings with Swiss Federal Prosecutor Michael Laber, a few months after his election as president of FIFA.

Under pressure after the revelations, Labor justified Wednesday the two meetings as "normal in the type of complicated dosers."

"This type of meeting with the climbing parties is normal and regular, especially in complex matters," said Lauber, who oversees since September 2015, the numerous investigations opened after the eruption of the vast corruption scandal at FIFA.

"Infantino has several times with Lauber, while I, since the opening of a file against me in September 2015, have been pleased once," Blatter revealed.

The former president of world-football said Michel Michel Platini, who had the status of witnesses in the trial, "explained that my lawyer even attended an edition (of French), but I did not explain."

Lauber refused on Wednesday the reproductions of slowness on the 25 investigations opened in the case of the FIFA, among them the one about Blatter and Platini. He also showed that some could be closed in 2019, because they were filed or sent to a place.


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