Before the World Cup in Qatar, FIFA should commit to correcting abuses.

Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, frequently said that the forthcoming 2022 Qatar Men's World Cup will be the "greatest World Cup ever" 

He enthused over the "state-of-the-art" stadiums, the "excellent" transportation, and the "amazing" lodgings. 

In doing so, Infantino correctly realized that hosting the World Cup in Qatar requires more than simply the stadiums; it also requires the support system in the area.

But he made no mention of the mistreatment that several migrant laborers endured while constructing this. More cruelly, Infantino

and FIFA have not yet promised to put an end to the injustices suffered by the migrant laborers who made the Games possible, despite the World Cup being less than 50 days away.

The conference's focus was "healing the future." However, over the past 12 years, tens of thousands of workers have either sacrificed their health working in Qatar's intense heat

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