CONCACAF (Confederation of soccer of North and Central America and the Caribbean) has accused the travel company Cartan Tours from California in bribes in the amount of $ 50 million to two senior officials of the organization, according to Reuters.
The lawsuit was filed on December 21 in Federal court in Los Angeles.
According to the statement of claim, the firm gave bribes to the former President of CONCACAF Jeffrey Webb and former General Secretary Enrique Sanz. Instead, Cartan Tours has obtained the exclusive right of carriage members and a number of other preferences.
The corruption scheme was uncovered after the Vice-President of FIFA Jeffrey Webb was arrested in late may in Switzerland