The ICC’s Board of Directors could be involved in a three-round voting process to elect the next independent chairman between Greg Barclay and Imran Khwaja in case the magic figure of 11 is not reached at the first count.
The ICC’s annual quarterly meeting began on Monday and the electronic voting process will involve the 16 board of directors — 12 from full member (Test playing nations), three associate countries and one independent female director (Indra Nooyi of PepsiCo).
Barclay of New Zealand or Khwaja of Singapore will need at least 11 votes (2/3rd majority) to win the elections but with a fractured mandate, it will be difficult for either to get a two-third majority.
According to a report in ESPNcricinfo, there will be three rounds of voting.
“If neither candidate gets that number of votes (after first…