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UCI Re-election and the un-known dossier
Last Post 09/10/2013 06:07 AM by Kameron Kameron. 0 Replies.
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09/10/2013 06:07 AM
I am confused. Switzerland, GB, US and Ireland are not backing Pat McQuaid’s for his third term re-election. There is a 42 member voting system in place correct? So we all have to wait for the election result later this month……Then can someone explain to me what the heck this Irish twit keeps flapping his jaw about support from Morocco and Thailand. What the heck does that have to do with the price of tea in China? If you have enough votes you’ll be re-elected (and I hop not).

 http://ca.sports.yahoo.com/news/usa...--spt.html

 AND does anyone know anything about this dossier? It looks like a wrecking ball and it is about to hit something hard! Filthy LA's name is brought up again and now for the first time I am hearing AC and why Katusha (assumption) refused (didn’t have the money) to pay the bribe.

 http://velonews.competitor.com/2013...ups_302277

 Further more what’s even more interesting is can you flat out refuse to work with The Ethic Commission? Aren’t they part of CAS and aren't there laws for this? 

  “The Ethics Commission asked for a copy of the dossier from Igor Makarov and Mike Plant, but both of them refused to hand it over to the Ethics Commission. That fact alone speaks volumes.”

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