ICC Chairman’s political race may include 3 rounds of casting a ballot: Report


The ICC’s Board of Directors could be associated with a three-round democratic cycle to choose the following autonomous administrator between Greg Barclay and Imran Khwaja on the off chance that the wizardry figure of 11 isn’t reached at the main check.

The ICC’s yearly quarterly gathering started on Monday and the electronic democratic cycle will include the 16 governing body — 12 from full part (Test-playing countries), three partner nations, and one autonomous female chief (Indra Nooyi of PepsiCo).

Barclay of New Zealand or Khwaja of Singapore will require at any rate 11 votes (2/third larger part) to win the races however with a broken order, it will be hard for either to get a two-third lion’s share.

As per a report in ESPNcricinfo, there will be three rounds of casting a ballot.

“On the off chance that neither one of the candidates gets that number of votes (after the first round), another round of casting a ballot will occur – probably not long from now.

“Should that likewise not hurl a victor, the last round of casting a ballot will happen. In the event that there is no 66% greater part from that point forward, at that point, it is accepted that Khwaja will be designated the new director for a specified period. Votes are being projected electronically,” the site revealed.

It is perceived that India alongside SENA nations (South Africa, England, New Zealand, and Australia) are set to decide in favor of Barclay, who backs groups playing more respective arrangement which suits the money related model of these sheets in a cruel monetary atmosphere.

Khwaja, then again, has the sponsorship of Pakistan Cricket Board boss Ehsan Mani and the previous Singapore cricket board boss is a promoter of expanding ICC occasions which will build the income pool of partner countries.

Khwaja is presently the break administrator since Shashank Manohar ruled against looking for a third term as director.

The Singapore based attorney is known as a Manohar comrade inside the ICC circles