Baghdad - INA
Today, Saturday, the Parliamentary Youth and Sports Committee confirmed the existence of controls to deter violators of health instructions in the Premier League competitions.
The head of the Parliamentary Youth and Sports Committee, Abbas Aliwi, said in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), today, Saturday: "The Crisis Cell agreed to the start date of the league set by the normalization body, with conditions, and among the conditions is commitment to the controls and instructions that stipulate that the public should not be present in the stadiums."
He stressed that "the normalization body has set a number of technical and disciplinary controls to deter violators," noting that "the presence of the masses is not borne by the clubs only, but also by the local administration, the Ministry of Interior and the leadership of the stadium-keeping forces, whose duty is to prevent the masses from approaching the stadiums, stressing the fans' ties." "Especially the mass clubs by educating their fans to abide by the decisions of the Crisis Cell, which are in the interest of the sports fans and the local competition."