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The Tunisian Football Association denies issuing a “summons” against its president

Tunisia – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: The Tunisian Football Federation has denied the “rumors” circulated about the issuing of a summons against its president, Wadih Al-Jari, and some members of the federation on charges of “corruption . “On its Facebook page, the Union has released a statement in which “categorically denied what circulates to prevent all members of the University Secretariat from traveling under the pretext of border provision S17 (relating to people surrounded by suspicions of terrorism), and the University also denies the existence of any judicial charter in against any person belonging to the University Secretariat or to one of the University structures, and the University has carried out the inspections in order to file the necessary criminal complaints. The Federation also condemned “the rumors and lies so frequent a few days before the start of the World Cup, which offend the good preparation and concentration of the Tunisian team, in one moment in which the rest of the participating teams find everyone’s support and rally around them, as all parties surrounding the national teams qualified for the World Cup invest their candidacy for this event to present the best picture of their countries. He invited the media not to get carried away by such rumors before verifying them, considering that “the approved promotion of such lies can go beyond the desire to offend some people and institutions, and transform in a desire to create a general climate of tension to disturb the public peace and give an internal and external impression that is offensive to Tunisia. “Al-Jari had announced a few days ago the accusation of media and officials of the Ministry of Sport, confirming that he has launched a campaign to promote his “involvement” in corruption cases with the aim of distorting his image in front of Tunisian public opinion.


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