Kuwait Debates What To Do If Corruption Claims Linked To FINA Man Stand – Or Not

Husain Al Musallam

Pressure is mounting in Kuwait for FINA’s ‘first vice-president’ Husain Al Musallam and his boss at the Olympic Council of Asia, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah to face serious consequences if the allegations of corruption contained in U.S. Justice Department indictments against them are proven.

As the Kuwaiti Parliament continued to debate the issue, opposition MP Riyadh Al-Adasani asked what legal measures might be taken by the Government against the two sports politicians if the allegations made against them are proven. He also asked what measures were open to the government to take on those making the allegations if they proved to be false.

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