Odeh Laporta … “President of the Six-Party” decides the Barcelona elections

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Juan Laporta has decided the presidential elections of Barcelona, ​​where he will return to this position for the second time after advancing by an irreplaceable difference in the elections that took place on Sunday.
Barcelona said Laporta won 57.6 percent of the vote, after counting 96 percent of the vote.
Victor Font came second, with 31.7 percent, while Tony Frica came in third, with 9.2 percent of the vote.
Laporta was president of Barcelona between 2003 and 2010, and during his reign, the team won in 2009 6 championships, achieving a historic six
Barcelona fans hope that the man who oversaw one of the club’s most successful periods will pull him out of an administrative and financial crisis.
Laporta will succeed ex-president Josep Maria Bartomeu, who resigned last October to avoid a vote of no confidence from angry members, after club legend Lionel Messi tried to leave in August after losing 2-8 to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Messi was among many players who participated in the elections, one day after Barcelona beat Osasuna 2-0 and advanced to second place in the Spanish League.
Barcelona said that 51,765 cast their votes out of 109,531 eligible to vote, in the elections that were postponed from January due to restrictions related to the Corona virus in the Catalonia region.





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