Ethics committee says Blatter had 'all his rights'
09 October 2015, 20:46
Zurich - FIFA's ethics committee on Friday rejected claims by suspended FIFA president Sepp Blatter that he was not allowed to give evidence to the committee.
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"He had all his rights, including explaining himself in all necessary details. And with his lawyer," ethics committee spokesman Andreas Bantel told AFP.
After Blatter's suspension on Thursday, his lawyers said: "President Blatter was disappointed that the ethics committee did not follow the code of ethics and disciplinary code, both of which provide for an opportunity to be heard."