FAF: when Amara breaks another law

Resigning from his post as President of the Algerian Football Federation on March 31, Charaf-Eddine Amara continues to exercise as normally as possible. He summoned the two former members of the federal office, Mouldi Aissaoui and Amara Bahloul, who were suspended for violating the right of reserve, for a hearing before the FAF ethics commission.

After the elimination of the national team from the next World Cup following the defeat of the second leg of the play-offs against Cameroon (1-2), the president of the Algerian football federation, Charaf-Eddine Amara, provoked an emergency meeting with members of the federal office, at the end of which he announced his resignation, followed by a press conference. But as of press time, he continues to exercise as normally as possible.

According to our colleagues from Echourouk, the resigning president summoned the two former members of the federal office Mouldi Aissaoui and Amar Bahloul for a hearing before the FAF ethics commission. Due to a breach of the right of reservation, granting statements to the media after the disillusionment of March 29, where they openly criticized Charaf-Eddine Amara. According to the same source, the latter will once again have broken the law insofar as all the decisions taken are illegal following the resignation of several members of the BF in the previous weeks. Now there are only 5 left.

Mouldi Aissaoui and Amara Bahloul, meanwhile, seized the Algerian sports arbitration court located in Ben aknoun, considering that their suspension is “anti-regulatory” because it was taken by a resigning president. The Algerian CAS has scheduled the first session in this case for May 23.

What will the MJS do?

According to our colleagues from Echourouk, even if in the event that the president of the FAF and the members of the federal office continue to exercise in a legal manner, Charaf-Eddine Amara does not have the right to convene a member directly of the BF for hearing before the Ethics Commission. In accordance with the law, he had to send the file to the secretary general who will then forward it to the said commission.

According to the same source, the FAF should have waited for the verdict of the Algerian CAS, before summoning Aissaoui and Bahloul before the ethics committee of the first instance of national football.

It happens, at the risk of repeating it, at a time when the Minister of Youth and Sports, Abderezak Sebgag, observes a striking radio silence, leaving Amara to do as he sees fit and relegating statutes, laws and executive decrees to the background. . The carnival continues!

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