FIFA launch investigation into salaries and bonuses Sepp Blatter
The test room of the ethical committee of the FIFA will start an investigation into the salary and the bonuses that Sepp Blatter in his time as chairman of the wereldvoetbalbond has received.
Also the income of Jérôme Valcke and Markus Kattner, both former secretary general of FIFA, will be investigated.
The wereldvoetbalbond made in June is already known that Blatter, Valcke and Kattner four months after the 2010 world cup in South Africa a bonus of 23 million Swiss francs (21 million euros). According to the FIFA, there was no contract that this bonus is justified.
Also got Valcke and Kattner in October of 2011 and 14 million Swiss francs (12.8 million euros) in bonuses for the world cup of 2014 in Brazil.
The 80-year-old Blatter is currently for six-year-suspended by the ethics committee of FIFA. The Swiss did in 2011, a questionable payment of € 1.8 million to UEFA president Michel Platini, who was also excluded and put down.
Blatter, who between 1998 and 2015 was the president of FIFA, fought his suspension late last month at the international sporttribunaal CAS in Lausanne. He is convinced of his innocence, and claimed acquittal.
Kattner (45) was in may of this year by the FIFA dismissed because he appointments of the wereldvoetbalbond had been violated. Since september last year, had he Valcke followed up, who had been dealing with a host of corrupt business and prior to that for ten years was suspended.