Amnesty Want FIFA Give Compensation To Qatar World Cup Migrant Workers

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Amnesty International, a human rights group, has demanded that FIFA pay $ 440 million in compensation to migrant workers who worked to complete preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. They demanded this, citing human rights abuses against workers.

When the decision was made to hold the World Cup in Qatar, many people came out against it. Many have pointed to how Qatar is building new stadiums, roads, hotels, other infrastructure, and accommodation for fans from all over the world so quickly, and concerns about the safety of the workers who work for it.

Amnesty International alleges that Qatar has brought in thousands of expatriate workers for projects over the past 12 years in preparation for the World Cup, and that they have been exploited and persecuted. Amnesty International claims that employers have “absolute control over workers” and that they will arrest workers who try to leave their jobs and cancel their visas.

Amnesty International is demanding that FIFA pay the amount because it is responsible for a number of serious human rights abuses in Qatar. They also say that FIFA has not guaranteed the safety of workers. FIFA, which has about $ 6 billion in tournaments and $ 1.6 billion in reserves, says it will not be difficult to pay.

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