The former president of the International athletics federation (IAAF) Lamine Diack, in France, accused of money laundering and corruption, has a confrontation prompted by his successor Sebastian Coe. The Brit went all in on the request of the Senegalese. That has the news agency AFP learned.
“In line with our desire to do the research to help, the IAAF president accepted mr Diack to meet. There is still being sought for a date”, reports the IAAF to AFP.
Sebastian Coe at the IAAF one of the vice-presidents of Diack at the time of the facts, between 2011 and 2014. In the summer of 2015, followed Coe the Senegalese.
Diack, between 1999 and 2015 at the head of the IAAF since november 2015 due to corruption in indicted. He is suspected to have been involved at the fee covering the victim of positive dopingtests in Russia. The 85-year-old Diack may French territory not deserted. Against Papa Massata Diack, one of his sons that a key role would have played in the corruptiedossier, runs an international arrest warrant. But he will stay in Senegal, that he does not want to extradite. Over the past years arose, questions about Coe in this file. So he would have been aware of the corruption, which is by him denied.