Institutional conflict in Brazil: The Olympic Committee suspends the BCV
The case of the Brazilian opposite Wallacefirst disqualified and then rehabilitated after publishing a post on social networks threatening the president’s life lulaprovokes you unprecedented clash among sports institutions Brazil. Restriking the fuse was the fact that the Sada Cruzeiro Fielded Wallace in the third set of the Championship Final in the one game against Minas, a gesture that, moreover, had more symbolic than technical importance, since Filipe Ferraz’s team dominated the game (the opposite then scored the last point of the game).
As a consequence, the Ethics Council of the Brazilian Olympic Committee – who ordered the player’s suspension – issued a new, very hard sentenceby lifting Wallace’s 3-month ban on Ben 5 years in the league and as many in the national team for not complying with the sanction. The Olympic Committee imposed itself even more seriously a 6-month suspension from BCV (Brazilian Confederation) blocked the payment of government funds and contributions for the entire period and asked the main sponsor (Banco do Brasil) to do the same. He was also given a one-year ban Radamés LattariAppointed interim president of the CBV due to health problems of the owner Toroca.
The sentence of the Ethics Council speaks of “conscious will to discredit any ethical effort in favor of education, fair play, safety and many of the fundamental values and principles of sport“. Very heavy words for a decision that, purely theoretically, could prevent the Brazilian national teams from participating in the main international competitions, including qualifying for the Olympics 2024 in Paris.
(Source: Web Volei)