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29 Nov 2022

Author:
Jackson Cole, Talk Sports

World Cup boss Hassan Al-Thawadi says 400-500 migrant workers died as a result of work done on tournament and insists Qatar is safe for gay people

One of the biggest controversies has been surrounding the treatment of migrant workers involved in the infrastructure of the tournament...

When asked about the number of fatalities to migrant workers as a result of the work done in the tournament, Al-Thawadi told Piers Morgan: “The estimate is around 400, between 400-500...

When asked if the health and safety standards were good enough at the beginning of the project, Al-Thawadi said: “I think overall the need for labour reform itself dictates that yes, improvements have to happen...

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