There may be three rounds of voting for the ICC Presidential election: Report

Competition in ICC chairman election (courtesy-UAE cricket)

Greg Barclay and Imran Khawaja fight hard in ICC election

new Delhi. If a candidate does not get 11 votes in the election of the next independent president of the International Cricket Council (ICC) between Greg Barclay and Imran Khawaja, its board of directors may have to be involved in a three-round voting process. The ICC’s annual quarterly meeting began on Monday and 16 members of the board of directors will participate in the electronic voting process, including 12 full members (Test playing countries), three associate countries and an independent female director (PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi) .

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New Zealand’s Barclay or Singapore’s Khwaja would require at least 11 votes (two-thirds majority) to win the election, but in the event of a fractured mandate it would be difficult. According to ‘ESPNcricinfo’ report, there will be three rounds of voting in it. According to the website, “If no candidate has got the required votes after the first round, then another round of voting will take place later this week.”

According to the report, ‘Even after that, if no one is able to get the required votes, then the third and last round will be voted. If no two-thirds majority is found thereafter, it is believed that Khwaja will be appointed as the new president for a fixed term. Voting is happening electronically. It is understood that India will vote for Barclay along with SENA countries (South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia), who support more bilateral series play. In the current economic situation these are in line with the financial model of these boards.India vs Australia: Pat Cummins may be out of the ODI-T20 series!

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Khwaja is being supported by Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ehsan Money. This former chairman of the Singapore Cricket Board favors more ICC competition which will increase the revenue pool of associate countries. Khwaja is currently the interim president of India after Shashank Manohar stepped down from the post of ICC President. Khwaja is known as a confidant of Manohar.

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