Cameron, Sethi join ICC executive committee

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West Indies Cricket Board president David Cameron and Pakistan Cricket Board counterpart Najam Sethi have been elected to the International Cricket Council's executive committee.

West Indies Cricket Board president David Cameron and Pakistan Cricket Board counterpart Najam Sethi have been elected to the International Cricket Council's executive committee.

The five-member panel, which also includes the Board of Control for Cricket in India's Narayanaswami Srinivasan and the England and Wales Cricket Board's Giles Clarke, will be chaired by Cricket Australia's Wally Edwards.

The executive committee was introduced among a slew of administrative changes from the BCCI, ECB and CA.

It has been described as "the sole recommendation committee on all financial, including ICC distributions and costs), constitutional, personnel (other than event personnel), anti-corruption, ethics, integrity, development and director nominations matters".

ICC chief executive David Richardson, meanwhile, has received a two-year contract extension.

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