Prize in the media turmoil of recent revelations made about him, the French Football Federation would have sent an email to all of its collaborators, according to RMC Sports. The latter would notably include a reminder of the Sapin law (2006) which “lays down principles aimed at establishing more transparency in the process of drawing up public decisions and in economic life, in particular with rules on interest representatives and on the protection of whistleblowers. »
The courier used also state a “document listing the procedure for reporting facts of “harassment or sexist acts”, signed by Florence Hardouin, general manager of the FFF, herself. A timing considered curious for some, in response to the recent presumed for others.