(ANSA) – ROME, FEBRUARY 22 – “We must have great respect for the sentences and carefully read the motivations. Justice is a serious matter. It takes time to see what developments the affair can have. It is certain that rather serious accusations emerge from the anticipations in the against other entities. Federation and Cones will have to take them into consideration “. The new president of the Athletics Federation, Stefano Mei, guest of Radio too sport (Rai Radio 1), expressed himself on the Schwazer case. “I don’t want to go too far into the merits but there is an 87-page order from a judge who, in addition to dismissing the position of Alex Schwazer, makes extremely serious considerations against other entities – added Mei – They are 87 pages against a press release of a few lines “, he stressed, referring to the note with which Wada rejected the accusations of the investigating judge of Bolzano. “Here we are dealing with an investigation that lasted four years, we must take it into account. There are the facts: we must respect the sentences and carefully read the reasons. Federation and Coni will have to take this into account and adopt the appropriate solutions. Let’s see the developments.” Mei also spoke of the Tokyo Olympics: “We are all in suspense: if they were postponed again, they would be canceled, but the IOC and the sports authorities will try to make them play. Let’s see that with the appropriate precautions, football goes on. They will almost certainly be Games behind closed doors or with a limited audience, we will try to do as little damage as possible “. (HANDLE).