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IOC to continue investigation into illegal ticket sales

Last Updated: Sunday, July 22, 2012, 17:16
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IOC to continue investigation into illegal ticket salesLondon: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) confirmed that it will continue its investigation into allegations of illegal ticket sales for the London Olympics.

The IOC issued a statement Saturday regarding the allegations which were made in The Sunday Times.

"The Ethics Commission has received evidence from the newspaper and noted that each individual case merits a detailed analysis involving the hearing of all parties, particularly with regard to the existence of deliberate intent to breach the various rules that govern the sale of tickets for the Olympic Games," read the statement.


"As a result the Executive Board (EB) approved the recommendation of the Ethics Committee that it will continue its investigations as it is currently not in a position to recommend provisional measures ahead of the London 2012 Games."


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First Published: Sunday, July 22, 2012, 17:16

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