saying it was “unacceptable” did.
What we saw was an unacceptable gesture
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said at a celebration of the Women’s World Cup victory held at the official residence on the 22nd (local time).
The players did everything to win
but the president’s actions show that there is still a long way to go for equality
Luis Rubiales, president of the Spanish Football Association
kissed a player on the lips during the Women’s World Cup victory celebration in Spain
which ended on the 20th.
Prime Minister Sanchez also urged that action be taken at the football 바카라사이트닷컴 association level
President Rubiales must take steps to clarify more clearly about the actions we have seen.
Prime Minister Sanchez also urged that action be taken at the football association level
President Rubiales must take steps to clarify more clearly about the actions we have seen.”
Prime Minister Sanchez stressed that the government is not in a position to force the private association
the Football Association
to elect a new president.
I don’t know the public
but the Football Association is not part of the Spanish government system
Other politicians also joined the criticism.
Deputy Prime Minister and Labor Minister Yolanda Diaz went one step further and called for the resignation of Rubiales.
Deputy Prime Minister Díaz said
The Spanish national team has shown a lot not only in football but also in terms of equality.
Excuses are useless
Spain’s national team beat England 1-0 in the final of the tournament at Stadium Australia in Sydney
enjoying the thrill of winning their first ever World Cup title.
However, during the awards ceremony that followed
who came up to the podium
then held his face with both hands and kissed him.
in the locker room
a scene in which Hermoso laughed at a related question during a live performance through Instagram
I wasn’t in a good mood
was shared through social networking services (SNS)
causing a wave.
Major foreign media strongly criticized Rubiales’ behavior
saying that it was sexual violence in a broad sense as it was ‘physical contact without consent’.