The body wants Najeeb Chirakal to be punished for allegedly
breaching seven of the scandal-hit soccer body's rules, it said
in a statement on Wednesday.
The charges included infringements to FIFA's rules on general
conduct, duty of disclosure and reporting, conflicts of
interest, offering and accepting gifts, bribery and corruption.
A formal decision on Chirakal will be made by the adjudicatory
chamber of the ethics committee.
"Until a formal decision is taken by the adjudicatory chamber of
the Ethics Committee, Mr Chirakal is presumed innocent," the
investigatory chamber said in a statement.
Chirakal's boss was Bin Hammam, the Asian soccer chief who
pulled out of the race to challenge Sepp Blatter for the FIFA
presidency in 2011. Bin Hammam was later banned for life by
football's ruling body for his part in a cash-for-votes scandal.
(Reporting by John Revill; editing by Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi and
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