It is understood that ivantino met twice shortly after being elected FIFA president in 2016, and met again in June 2017, when the latter was investigating FIFA corruption. The Financial Times said the move prevented FIFA officials from being tried successfully in Switzerland.
On June 29 local time, the Swiss Parliament officially handed over three criminal charges against the supervisory body of the Swiss attorney generals Office (ab-ba), including the relationship between Lauber and ivantino. The parliament also called for a special legal mandate to investigate Laubers and ivantinos activities outside of an investigation structure independent of Lauber.
On July 3, ab-ba issued a statement saying it had approved the parliaments request and appointed Stefan Keller, a former Swiss Military Judicial investigator and law professor, as the special prosecutor for the investigation.
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