quarta-feira, 6 de abril de 2016

New FIFA President involved in ' Panama Papers '

According to the newspaper ' The Guardian ', when I was Director of legal services of UEFA, Infantino has signed contracts for television rights with two businessmen, who were charged with bribery and are involved in both the FIFA scandal as the manoeuvres of tax evasion and money laundering linked to the panamiana society of lawyers Mossack Fonseca.

At issue are contracts signed between 2003 and 2006 with Hugo and Mariano Jinkis, trying to avoid extradition from Argentina to the United States, where the FBI wants to question on suspicion of having paid millions of dollars in bribes to soccer officials in South Africa to secure the television rights of regional tournaments.

The British newspaper "The Guardian" is to cover the scandal ' Panama Papers ' in straight on the internet:

Panama Papers raise questions over past TV deals of new Fifa boss â€" live https://t.co/QddVpdWpGd

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