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Statement by WDSF President Carlos Freitag 02/08/2011

Federazione Italiana della Danza Sportiva WDSF President Carlos Freitag releases a statement regarding the disciplinary sanctions imposed by the Judicial Commission of the Italian DanceSport Federation FIDS.

WDSF considers the disciplinary sanctions imposed by the FIDS Judicial Commission to be a national matter, save as to the consequences set out in the statement below.  No questions about the substance of the disciplinary procedures should be addressed to WDSF, as it is not in a position to answer such questions.

WDSF President's Statement Regarding FIDS Situation