About to happen, hosting the 2022 World Cup is the target of criticism for rigid laws and for violating human rights
After the release of stadium construction statistics, Qatar is undergoing demonstrations to no longer host the 2022 World Cup
The 2022 World Cup, which will be hosted in Qatar and starts on November 20, has been widely criticized for its strict laws and the working and living conditions that were offered to the migrant workers responsible for building the competition’s scenarios.
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In an interview with the Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger, the former president of FIFA, Sepp Blatter, considered the choice of the central country for the Cup a big mistake and also emphasized that the venue is too small for the proportion that the competition requires. In addition, he reinforced that the United States was the best option at the time of the decision.
Joseph also reported that at the time, in 2010, the choice was already pre-defined and that it would be a peace gesture for the United States to host the competition after Russia. However, in finalizing the selection, Qatar won by 14 to 8 votes against the American country.
Qatar’s definition also upset former Germany player and Euro 2024 director Philipp Lahm, who repudiated the severe way in which the laws are applied “homosexuals are still criminalised, women do not have the same rights as men, the freedom of the press and freedom of expression are restricted”.
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