FIFA PROVISIONALLY SUSPENDS TWO OFFICIALS CCTV News
FIFA suspended Mohamed bin Hammam and Jack Warner on Sunday amid allegations the two executive committee members bribed voters in the presidential election campaign. The FIFA ethics committee, meanwhile, cleared president Sepp Blatter of turning a blind eye to the alleged bribes. An ethics committee decided on Sunday Sepp Blatter had no case to answer in a bribes-for-votes case. The ruling means Blatter, the 75-year-old Swiss who has run world soccer's governing body since 1998, will stand unopposed at Wednesday's election. The allegations considered by the ethics committee concerned a meeting of the Caribbean Football Union on May 10th-11th in Port of Spain, attended by Warner, Bin Hammam and Caribbean soccer officials. Information provided by cctv.com Thank you www.cctv.com http
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