ICC to discuss appointment of vice-president in Jan
Dubai: The ICC Executive Board will discuss in its meeting in January the appointment of the world body`s next Vice-President for 2012-14 after Pakistan and Bangladesh nominate their candidates.
In accordance with the ICC Constitution, Pakistan Cricket Board and Bangladesh Cricket Board were asked by the ICC Executive Board, at its October Board meeting, to nominate a candidate.
The ICC Nominations Committee, chaired by President Sharad Pawar, has reviewed the progress of the process for nominating the next ICC Vice-President for 2012-2014.
Both PCB Chairman Zaka Ashraf and BCB Chairman Mustafa Kamal attended the ICC Nominations Committee meeting.
On behalf of the PCB and BCB, Ashraf and Kamal confirmed that they would shortly be nominating a candidate within the timelines specified in the Constitution, namely two years and six months before the ICC Vice-President assumes the role of ICC President in 2014, an ICC release said.
Besides Pawar, the Nominations Committee consists of ICC Vice-President Alan Isaac, Dr Julian Hunte of the West Indies and Keith Oliver as Associate/Affiliate Member.
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