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Selection for the 2022 World Cup is under fire, and there are also charges of corruption. also: Qatar's bid for the 2022 FIFA World Cup
The English FA's Lord Triesman brought bribery charges against two members of the FIFA Executive Committee in May 2011 after Qatar was chosen to host the 2022 World Cup, based on evidence from a whistleblower connected to the Qatari bid. Since then, FIFA has launched an internal investigation into the situation, and if the accusations are confirmed, a re-vote on the 2022 World Cup is still a possibility. Sepp Blatter, the president of FIFA, has acknowledged that there is growing public backing to hold the Qatar-winning 2022 election again.
In testimony to a UK parliamentary inquiry board in May 2011, David Triesman, Baron Triesman, said that Jack Warner of Trinidad and Tobago and Nicolás Léoz of Paraguay requested $4 million and an honorary knighthood, respectively, in exchange for their votes. Jacques Anouma of the Ivory Coast and Issa Hayatou of the Cameroon were each paid $1.5 million to assist Qatar's candidacy for the competition, according to two Sunday Times reporters who testified in court.
The accusations have been refuted by all four. Soon after, FIFA suspended Jack Warner and Mohammed bin Hammam while the ethics inquiry was still ongoing. Warner claimed, following his suspension, that FIFA had given him preferential treatment for future World Cup rights as a result of his support for Blatter's 2002 reelection and had awarded him the 1998 World Cup rights in Trinidad and Tobago as a reward for aiding Blatter in winning his presidential campaign.
Bin Hammam and Jack Warner were the targets of allegations of corruption made by Chuck Blazer, general secretary of CONCACAF. Lisle Austin, the president of CONCACAF, attempted to dismiss Blazer in retaliation, but the CONCACAF executive committee prevented the action.