PORT OF SPAIN — A new report coming out of world football’s governing body FIFA could present another obstacle to Jack Warner’s political campaign.
Head of FIFA’s Audit and Compliance Committee Domenico Scala was yesterday quoted by Reuters as saying that both Warner, former FIFA vice-president; and his general secretary, Chuck Blazer, “should face the full force of the law for their alleged misdemeanours during the two decades that they ran the confederation”.
Leader of Government Business Dr. Roodal Moonilal, when asked for a comment yesterday, declined to comment on how this latest development could affect Warner’s chances going forward.
In a text response to questions on the matter, Moonilal said, “As a potential member of the screening committee, I cannot speculate or comment.”
At a news conference at the Centre of Excellence in Macoya two weeks ago, Warner produced a booklet which compiled the legal opinions of three jurists, which picked apart the damning findings of the Concacaf report.
It was this report that precipitated War
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