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CONCACAF launch probe over Suriname vice-president game

CONCACAF launch probe over Suriname vice-president game

CONCACAF said Wednesday it had opened a disciplinary examination in the wake of Suriname VP Ronnie Brunswijk’s unusual appearance in a provincial club contest.

Brunswijk, the 60-year-old proprietor of Inter Moengotapoe, got himself in the beginning line for his group’s CONCACAF League match against CD Olimpia of Honduras in Paramaribo on Tuesday.

Video coursed generally via online media following the game – which saw Inter whipped 6-0 – showed Brunswijk seeming to circulate money to Olimpia players in their storage space following the match.

“We are incredibly worried at the substance of a video coursing via web-based media which raises potential respectability issues encompassing the CONCACAF League match between Inter Moengotapoe and CD Olimpia,” CONCACAF, the territorial administering body for football in North America, Central America and the Caribbean said in an assertion on Wednesday.

“The matter is being alluded to the CONCACAF Disciplinary Committee who will begin a proper examination and a further update will be given when that interaction has closed.”

Brunswijk played for 54 minutes in Inter’s loss on Tuesday, showing up close by Damian Brunswijk – who turns out to be his child.

The scene is only the most recent in Brunswijk’s brilliant life and times. A previous armed force sergeant and ex-rebel pioneer, Brunswijk partook in Suriname’s thoughtful conflict during the 1980s against then-tyrant Desi Bouterse.

Today Brunswijk is a rich money manager just as a government official, yet in 1999 he was seen as liable in absentia of medication dealing and condemned to eight years in jail by a court in the Netherlands, Suriname’s previous frontier ruler.

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A French court saw him as blameworthy for a similar wrongdoing and in 2000 condemned him to 10 years jail.

Brunswijk anyway is protected at home, as Suriname doesn’t remove its residents.

First chosen to parliament in 2005, Brunswijk shaped a coalition with the top of the vitally political resistance, previous equity serve Chandrikapersad Santokhi.

Brunswijk won’t participate in his group’s subsequent leg game in Honduras, since he can’t leave the country without hazard of confronting legitimate difficulty.