ICC defers vote on Howard's vice-presidential claims due to lack of support

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Dubai, June 30 (ANI): The ICC Executive Board today met to discuss the nomination of former Australian Prime Minister John Howard for the role of ICC Vice-President for the period 2010-12.

Following lengthy consideration it was recognised that the nomination put forward by Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket did not have sufficient support within the ICC Board. No vote was taken.

Under the ICC's regional rotation process for the nomination of the ICC Vice-President, which was adopted by the ICC in October 2007, Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket have now been invited to re-nominate a candidate by August 31, 2010.

The ICC Board consists of the chairman or president from each of the 10 Full Members plus three Associate Member representatives. Also present at ICC Board meetings is the ICC President, who chairs proceedings, the ICC Chief Executive and the ICC Vice-President, as well as, by invitation of the President, the ICC Principal Advisor.

David Morgan ICC President

Sharad Pawar ICC Vice-President

Haroon Lorgat ICC Chief Executive

Ijaz Butt Pakistan

Dr Julian Hunte West Indies

Peter Chingoka Zimbabwe

Giles Clarke England and Wales

Jack Clarke Australia

Alan Isaac New Zealand

Mostafa Kamal Bangladesh

Shashank Manohar India

Dr Mtutuzeli Nyoka South Africa

DS de Silva Sri Lanka

Associate Member Representatives:

Imran Khwaja

Keith Oliver

Neil Speight (ANI)

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