Belgium also challenges Infantino in the box


The prohibition of FIFA in collusion with the government of Qatar to ban captains of World Cup teams from wearing bracelets’OneLove‘, a symbol of human rights, threatens to provoke a wave of political responses to world against the decision of the highest football body in the world.

in conflict Germany-Japan German players pose with their mouths covered in a photo of the team in protest and the interior minister, Nancy Faeserdid not hesitate to wear the bracelet in the box in the presence of Gianni Infantino.

Some time later, in the match between Belgium Y Canadathe Belgian foreign minister, hadja lahbib, repeated the gesture of the German representative and brought the tape. “Gianni Infantino explained to me why he chose not to allow the red devil they will wear a bracelet ‘One Love’ due to the terms of FIFA. Those rules don’t apply in the stands and I took off my jacket and showed my bracelet,” he explained.

Belgium joins six other European countries (Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Wales, Switzerland and England) to those who forbid the display of this symbol under threat of punishment in the form of reprimanding their respective captains.

“I know that Eden Hazard he would have liked to take it to the field”, continued hadja lahbibadding that he came to Qatar at the beginning of the tournament to have “frank talks” with Qatari diplomacy about the “defense of human rights.”

“For Belgium to deliver this message is a symbolically powerful gesture,” he said. lahbibwho spoke with Infantino in the stadium box ahmad bin ali.

Source: La Verdad


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