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ICC to discuss DRS in annual conference in Hong Kong
The 50-member ICC Full Council has a full and hot agenda including the Decision Review System (DRS) in the five-day long annual conference from Sunday, June 26 in Hong Kong.
THE FIVE-day annual conference of the International Cricket Council (ICC) is going to start from Sunday, June 26 in Hong Kong. The Chief Executives’ Committee of ICC (26 and 27 June), ICC Executive Board (28 and 29 June) and Full Council (30 June) will meet to discuss important topics including DRS.

During the annual conference of ICC, CEC of ICC will discuss the usage of controversial Decision Review System (DRS) in all Test and ODI matches. In May this year, ICC Cricket Committee has unanimously recommended the use of the DRS in Test matches, but the BCCI has been opposing the review system since its inception, saying it is not reliable.

The apex body of world cricket, ICC, will also discuss about its earlier decision to restrict only ten full members in 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand during the conference in Hong Kong. The associate members of the ICC are protesting the ICC's earlier decision and the ICC President Sharad Pawar decided to reconsider it.

In the conference, the Full Council will also consider to bring a constitutional amendment to the process for the nomination and election of the ICC President and ensuring free elections of Member boards.

The ICC Cricket Committee also proposed that the study into day/night Test matches, consider the recommendations for some changes in ODI cricket. The ICC Full Council comprises of 10 Full Members, 35 Associates and five Affiliate representatives.

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