Dubai [UAE], January 9 (Indiaprix): International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Wednesday the 15-day amnesty for participants who had not previously reported any corrupt practices on the Sri Lanka cricket.
Amnesty Starting From 16-31. January, applies to all participants of both ICC and Sri Lanka Cricket Codes.
According to these codes, both domestic and international participants are obliged to promptly disclose complete information about possible approaches, events or information they receive about corrupt practices. Failure to do so is a serious crime and can lead to a ban on cricket for up to five years.
According to Amnesty, however, the information provided by the participant does not pay for not reporting earlier.
ICC anti-corruption leader Alex Marshall noted that an amnesty was being held in Sri Lanka. He also urged players to present and share information corruption if they have them.
"This is the first time ICC has been an amnesty, and it is the answer to the very special challenges we face in Sri Lanka. Allowing retrospective reporting on the alleged approach to corrupt practices will continue to help us, in our extensive research, and continue to provide a comprehensive view of the situation, Marshall said.
"If every player or participant has information about corrupt behaviors, they should come up with them and share them with us without fear. )