The Qatari's new suspension is not related to those allegations, but "conflicts of interest" while president of the Asian Football Confederation.
Bin Hammam's problems began when a report by Fifa executive committee member Chuck Blazer accused him and
former Fifa Vice-President Jack Warner
of trying to secure votes by jointly organising a special meeting of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) in which the organisation's members were offered sums of cash for "development projects".
He was subsequently banned from "any kind of football-related activity" by Fifa but the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) annulled the decision in July due to insufficient evidence.
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