Friday, August 21, 2015

Romario led the battle against corruption in Brazil

The Senate Commission for investigating corruption in Brazilian soccer has received access to personal accounts of the President of the Brazilian Confederation, Marco Polo del Nero, reported Reuters.
At the beginning of July, as a head of the Commission was appointed football legend Romario, who is now a Senator.
The Brazilian former football star said he would investigate business affairs of Del Nero, as well as the former chiefs of the headquarters Ricardo Teixeira and Jose Maria Marin, who are among the investigated ones in the corruption scandal in FIFA.
According to Romario, the Commission will require access to all financial statements of the organization.
Brazilian police did a search of `Arena Pernambuco` in Recife, as well as several offices throughout the country within the investigation of corruption in the construction of this stadium for the World Cup in 2014.

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