PSSI Can Convicted FIFA Affairs: Bismillah, Indonesia Sovereign State
Jakarta – FIFA threatened to impose sanctions on Indonesia if Affairs and BOPI not intervene to stop the PSSI. Related to this threat, Imam Nahrawi Affairs fearless and unmoved by his attitude.
Ministry of Youth and Sports (Kemenpora) get a letter from FIFA by fax on Friday (4/10/2015) ago. In a letter signed by FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke, FIFA objected to the action Affairs and BOPI, especially with regard to the Indonesia Super League (ISL). FIFA asked all member associations to take care of his affairs independently without interference from third parties.
In FIFA’s letter also contained the threat of sanctions if Affairs and BOPI continue to intervene more in a matter of PSSI affairs.
Imam is studying the letter from FIFA. He even planned to send deputies and BOPI to communicate directly with the international football governing body.
“We are studying the letter because there is definitely incomplete information received by FIFA as an institution,” Imam said when met at the office Kemenpora, Monday (13/04/2015).
“Therefore, in the near future I would encourage BOPI and Deputies to explain to FIFA. Problem directly or not? Yes, if we note that some unread sheet total, yes we will send there,” he continued.
About the threat of sanctions from FIFA, the Imam was not too bothered. He considered that the FIFA threat just a bluff because it had previously been no similar threat.
“Bismillah (forward). Indonesia is a state of law, sovereign state. If the government should not intervene affairs of the people, who care? During this time where they were supposed to be fostered dong. Give us a healthy competition, the honesty in the sport of football. Period country baseball should take care of its own people, “he said.
“Such threats have I heard in 2013. Yes, the name of the threat we’ll see,” said Imam.
Assertion that had been shown by Imam gain public support of Indonesian football. In an online poll in www.uneg2politik.com, Imam asked not afraid of the threat of sanctions from FIFA.