Firm's Rio ticket service 'ineffective and chaotic'

Moran Report says probe was hampered by a lack of cooperation

14th August, 2017
Rio ticketing firm's service criticised in Moran Report. Pic: Getty

The inquiry into the alleged touting of tickets at the Rio Olympics last year has been published.

This was mainly because many of the parties invoked the right against self-incrimination, as criminal investigations are continuing in Brazil.

The report says that, as a result, it did not have access to the details of individual ticket sales, which has undermined its ability to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the facts.

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