Swiss banks noted a questionable activity in the accounts of FIFA. In this regard, foreign prosecutors had access to the operations that can be associated with money laundering.
The attorney General of Switzerland Michael Lauber in the process of the press conference, which is dedicated to the investigation echoing the scandal surrounding FIFA announced that Swiss banks found 53 possible ways of laundering cash through the accounts of the football organization. According to his statement, this fact will have an investigation that will take quite a long time.
Together with this, the Swiss Prosecutor explained that the staff of specialized services was accessed 104 operations that may be associated with money laundering and investigation procedures in the selection of the host countries of world Cup in 2010, 2018 and 2022, says The Fifnancial Times. At the same time, not Lauber did not say anything.
Adept Prosecutor's office said that his office continues to analyze huge volume of data in connection with the situation concerning corruption in the activities of FIFA. With all this, the attorney General announced that when specialized services will find confirmation of money laundering and involvement in a country with one of the organizers of the next 2 world Championships, they must be deprived of the right to host the tournament, no matter what.
Furthermore adept office announced that in connection with this situation can be questioned and President of the international football Joseph Blatter and Secretary General Jerome Walke. With all this Michael Lauber emphasized that a quick solution in this case should not be expected.
"It will be a difficult investigation. It will take time. World football is obliged to be patient, the investigation may take longer than a football match", - said the Prosecutor General.
Remember, the 27th of may in Switzerland at the request of the United States were arrested seven senior governmental officials from FIFA on the issue of corruption. Including the current Vice-President Jeffrey Webb, all defendants in the case are 14 people.
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