"I think the decision from FIFA is a good one and the right one because they have to make an example.
"If they don’t, this could spread. This shouldn’t be done by anyone or copied by anyone.
"So I think it was fair because it acts as a precedent from now and it is clear that there are consequences for the action."
Earlier this week, Argentina legend Diego Maradona appeared on his Venezuelan talk-show and criticized the severity of FIFA’s punishment.
Wearing a T-shirt which translated as ‘Little Luis we are with you’, the 53-year-old, 1986 World Cup-winner said: "The FIFA sanction is shameful, they have no sensitivity towards the fans, they might as well handcuff him and throw him in Guantanamo.
"It hurts that they have cut short the career of a lad who is a winner. It’s an excessive suspension. FIFA cannot talk about morals to anyone.
"Suarez didn’t kill anyone. This is an unjust punishment, the act of an incredible mafia."