FIFA Re-Elects The Sepp Blatter As President

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FIFA Re-Elects The Sepp Blatter As President.

Sepp Blatter has been re-elected president of Fifa footballs world governing body in a vote overshadowed by arrests and corruption allegations.

Mr Blatter’s rival Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan withdrew after the first round of voting.

Mr Blatter fell seven short of the two-thirds needed  but Prince Ali opted not to contest further.

Seven top officials were arrested in Switzerland on Wednesday as part of a US prosecution that indicted 14 people.from more information to see Home page.

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But Mr Blatter hailed his victory thanking all those who voted from him and his rival Prince Ali.

Mr Blatter said I am not perfect nobody is perfect but we will do a good job together I am sure.

He also hinted that this term in office his fifth could be his last saying At the end of my term I will give up Fifa in a strong position.

In conceding, Prince Ali said It’s been a wonderful journey. And I want to thank in particular those of you who were brave enough to support me.

The vote took place at Fifas congress in Zurich and a candidate needed 140 votes to win in the first round. Mr Blatter won 133 to Prince Ali 73.

The two candidates had earlier delivered final appeals to the electors.

Prince Ali, 39, said that questions had been raised in recent days about whether our Fifa family is morally bankrupt.

He said.There are no easy answers and no blame that can be cast that will wash away the stain that marks us all.    more wallpapers to see it

Swiss inquiry

The vote comes two days after seven top officials were held in Zurich in a US fraud inquiry that indicted 14 people.

They are accused of bribery racketeering and money laundering involving tens of millions of dollars since 1991.

The aim of the bribes was to influence the outcome of bids to stage football tournaments such as the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and the 2016 Copa America in the US prosecutors say.

Swiss prosecutors have launched a separate investigation into the bidding process for the World Cup tournaments in 2018 in Russia and 2022 in Qatar.

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