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SBD Global/March 6, 2014/People and Pop Culture
Spanish Sports Minister Miguel Cardenal's Barcelona Comments Drawing Criticism
Published March 6, 2014
CSD RELEASES STATEMENT: MUNDO DEPORTIVO reported the CSD released a statement "explaining its position regarding Cardenal's open letter." The CSD said in its statement, "The CSD wants to express the following: Absolute respect for the independence and performance of the justice system in any open proceedings against Spanish sports clubs. In any legal situation, the courts will always have collaboration from the CSD. ... When the tone of sporting criticism transcends healthy competition, the CSD President should not remain silent" (MUNDO DEPORTIVO, 3/5).