Before the current Government of Pedro Sánchez was formed, the TAD ruled against the advance not seeing the candidacy to organize the 2030 World Cup with Portugal as a solid argument. Now, after the State advocacy report, the CSD sends the file again to the TAD so that it can be pronounced again based on the allegations of the RFEF, which asks for the advance when the European Championship is held in June, the Olympic Games in July and the Futsal World Cup next September.The TAD has ten business days from this Friday to pronounce again, either ratifying its first decision or correcting it and allowing the electoral advance requested by Luis Rubiales and denied by Iker Casillas. But the final decision will correspond to the Secretary of State for Sports, Irene Lozano, since the TAD report is not binding. The Higher Sports Council (CSD) has received the legal opinion on the electoral advance in the Federation (RFEF) which requested the State’s advocacy and has resolved to forward it to the Administrative Court of Sport (TAD) for the preparation of a second report. The TAD has already ruled on the advance requested by Rubiales, which Iker Casillas opposes. But it was before its renovation and the arrival of Irene Lozano to the presidency of the CSD.
An “America’s Most Wanted” episode featuring a child sex-trafficking sting in Vancouver will air June 1, a TV show producer said Thursday.Producers and cameramen with the long-running TV show were in Vancouver on May 2 and joined the Vancouver Police Department for a sting called “Operation Rescue and Restore” to apprehend pimps who traffic underage girls. No arrests were made, though investigators did take into protective custody a 5-year-old girl belonging to a prostitute.A longtime Saturday night fixture on the Fox channel, the show now airs on Friday nights on the Lifetime cable channel. The special on human trafficking will feature efforts by several law enforcement agencies throughout the United States.