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ICC defers decision on rotational policy

cricket Updated: Jun 30, 2011 01:25 IST

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The ICC deferred a decision on the planned scrapping of the rotational system of Presidency but asked next-in-line Pakistan and Bangladesh not to nominate a candidate till a review of its governance structure before the next Executive Board meeting in October.

"The ICC Executive Board, following the strategic plan that was adopted in April and a firm recommendation from the Governance Review Committee, unanimously agreed to undertake urgently an independent review of the ICC governance structures and processes.

"The Board therefore decided to defer the proposed constitutional amendment to the nominations process for election of the ICC President and accordingly withdrew its proposal to the Annual Conference in this regard," the governing body said.

"The review will be required to be completed before the next ICC Executive Board meeting scheduled for October. The PCB and Bangladesh will not nominate a candidate till then."