- Election process will end by December
- Sourav Ganguly and Colin Graves are strong contenders for the post
new Delhi . The International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Monday that the process for the election for its next president has started and the ICC Election process has started by the end of December. The ICC said in a statement, “The process has begun, which will be overseen by the independent chairman of the ICC Audit Committee and the first phase is probable: nomination of candidates to the current Board of Directors by 18 October 2020.” “As the ICC The constitution states that to be eligible, the prospective candidate must be an existing or former ICC director. “
The post is vacant after the resignation of Shashank Manohar
The post has remained vacant since Shashank Manohar resigned as ICC President in July this year. Imran Khawaja of Singapore is the interim chairman of the ICC.
Saurav Ganguly and Colin Graves are the strong contenders for the post of President.
There are speculations that BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and former England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman Colin Graves could be the future candidates for the post.