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La Federación Internacional de Fútbol Asociado (FIFA) informó este lunes que creará una comisión de regularización en la Federación de Fútbol (FESFUT) con la finalidad de poner en marcha las actividades del balompié nacional que han quedado paralizadas, debido a cuestiones legales de la institución.

“El comité de regularización constará de una cantidad de miembros adecuada, que serán nombrados por la administración de la FIFA, en consulta con la CONCACAF”, informó la institución mundial a través de una carta.

De igual manera, la FIFA retirará oficialmente a los miembros del Comité Ejecutivo actual de la FESFUT, quienes son investigados por la Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) por los delitos de administración fraudulenta y lavado de dinero.

Las actividades del balompié nacional  quedaron suspendidas debido a que el Comité Ejecutivo paralizó las jornadas tras la investigación realizada por el Ministerio Público en las instalaciones de la FESFUT.

Por su parte, el Instituto Nacional de los Deportes (INDES) creó una comisión para seguir con las labores del fútbol nacional y competiciones regionales. No obstante, FIFA manifestó que no reconocía a dicha institución y solicitó que dejarán el organismo antes del 25 de julio.

Ante una posible suspensión por parte de FIFA, el comité, creado por INDES, dejó las instalaciones de la federación y se pidió una convocatoria para las elecciones para la elección del nuevo Comité Ejecutivo de la FESFUT

La FIFA indicó que El Salvador siempre contará con los fondos necesarios para el desarrolló del balompié nacional  y reiteró que colaborarán con la Fiscalía en la investigación por presunto lavado de dinero.

“La FIFA y la CONCACAF, a través de su comité de regularización, realizarán una auditoría exhaustiva de las finanzas de la fesfut”, indicó FIFA.

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