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Qatar is reported to have spent $ 400 million on the (FIFA) before the final decision to host the World Cup in 2022.
Qatar is reported to have spent $ 400 million on the FIFA Football Association (FIFA) before the final decision to host the World Cup in 2022. The Times of the United Kingdom has revealed that Qatar has spent $ 400 million on FIFA 21 days before the 2022 World Cup. The Times reported on the basis of an internal document of Arab secret satellite Al Jazeera, which was secretly obtained. Al Jazeera is a Qatari national broadcasting station based in Doha, Qatar. This document is known as a document related to Al Jazeera's TV broadcasting rights agreement. "It is said that Qatar is involved in the bidder's successful paycheck," said Al Jazeera, who will put $ 100 million into FIFA's designated account when Qatar holds the World Cup in 2022. The media said another $ 480 million went to FIFA three years after Qatar confirmed the World Cup. According to the report, the total amount of money that Qatar has handed to FIFA before and after the World Cup has been reached is about $ 880 million. The Times said the Swiss police are currently investigating the case for bribery and FIFA has refused to respond to the allegations. Damian Collins, chairman of the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS), said in an interview with The Times, "FIFA has frozen funds and related accounts from Al Jazeera, Should start right away. " Analysts pointed out that Qatar's broadcasting rights are the largest ever, five times the size of the previous year, and can not be justified in pure commercial terms. He also explained that Qatar's proposal is very unusual considering the convention that had not been concluded before the World Cup was decided. The newspaper argued that Qatar's success is due to conflicts of interest and that it is a violation of the FIFA regulations in the Qatar national broadcasting that Al Jazeera has requested to host the World Cup. Qatar won the 2022 FIFA World Cup finals in the final four rounds of voting after the secret ballot of 22 FIFA executives in Messe Chentrum, Zurich, on December 2, 2010, nine years ago.