New documents on Qatar’s bribes to FIFA for 2022 World Cup have been released.

Although this is true at the end of the previous year Qatar World Cup 2022 It was a great sporting feast that saw the best matches from the metropolitan area of ​​Doha. Lionel Messi and the Argentina national team lifted the most expensive trophy., In recent days, new documents have been released that show bribes to FIFA.

There was a football event that reflected the greatness of the national teams It was rife with corruption, human rights abuses and a significant number of dead workers While building stadiums that have the best players on the planet. Along with this, even darker issues will continue to emerge behind the election.

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The leaked documents relate to Qatar National Bank (QNB) and the Middle East country for hosting the competition. They owed 210 million pounds, which represented $330 million in late 2010. The money was sent to FIFA committee members who voted for Russia 2018 and Qatar 2022.

Report from Table Magazine And the papers list their names, bank accounts and the amount of money each of them received through the Qatari embassy in London. Additionally, it describes this account between February 2009 and December 2010 He paid more than 350 million pounds ($553 million) to 22 peopleIt consisted of 14 FIFA committee members.

Who received the highest amount?

It is also mentioned that some transactions were made to close relatives of the members of this group, but he Vitaly Mutko got the most profitHe was the Minister of Sports in Russia during those years (2008-2016) and was the head of the Russian candidacy for 2018. It earned $72.6 million at the end of 2009 and $34 million in December 2010.

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