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14 Okt 2022


French soccer chiefs to check migrant workers' conditions in Qatar

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The French Football Federation (FFF) said on Friday it will send a delegation to Qatar to carry out checks on the working conditions of migrant workers after a documentary revealed poor living conditions at the team's World Cup base in Doha...

Footage showed crowded bedrooms and unsanitary kitchens and bathrooms in the accommodation for employees of a private security firm sub-contracted by the hotel where the France team will be staying for the Nov. 20-Dec. 18 tournament.

Some employees interviewed said that they were not paid overtime and hardly ever had a day off.

When the documentary confronted FFF president Noel Le Graet with footage of the accommodation, he responded that the living quarters only needed "a lick of paint"...

France's sports minister Amelie Oudea-Castera told RTL on Friday she was shocked by Le Graet's reaction and that it "lacked humanity and even coherence".