Carlos Arthur Nuzman, 75, had said last weekend that he was temporarily stepping down. But in a letter to the committee Wednesday he said he needed to devote himself to his legal defense and would not be returning.
In the letter, seen by Reuters, he denied any wrongdoing.
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Brazilian federal prosecutors have said Nuzman paid roughly $2.5 million in bribes to gain support for Rio de Janeiro's candidacy to host the Games. The city was named as host in 2009. (Reporting by Rodrigo Viga Gaier; Editing by Tom Brown)
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