16 April, Dubai
The International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Thursday it would take a decision in June on appointing Pakistan’s Najam Sethi as its president to fill the vacancy caused by Mustafa Kamal’s resignation.
“The board accepted the resignation of former President Mustafa Kamal, effective from April 2 and confirmed that no replacement would be appointed for the remaining weeks of Kamal’s term.
“The full council of the ICC will consider the appointment of Najam Sethi as ICC president when it meets in Barbados at the end of June,” the international governing body of cricket said in a statement.
Sethi is currently the head of Pakistan Cricket Board’s executive committee while Kamal is an ex-Bangladesh Cricket Board chief.