ICC Announces 15 -Day Amnesty For SL Cricketers To Reveal Attempts Of Corruption: Steve Richardson Permanently Posted To Sri Lanka

The International Cricket Council yesterday announced a 15-day amnesty to participants who have previously failed to report any information concerning corrupt conduct in Sri Lankan cricket.

The amnesty will run from 16-31 January, Reports can be made to the Email contactACU@icc-cricket. 

Sports Minister Harin Fernando, addressing a meeting with Sri Lankan national cricketers and cricket authorities earlier today, informed them of the amnesty period. 

The move comes after the ICC deciding to set up a permanent anti-corruption office in Sri Lanka to curb corrupt practices in Sri Lanka's cricket. 

The ICC has already posted senior anti-corruption official Steve Richadson as a permanent representative to Sri Lanka. 

Minister Fernando, quoting high-profile ICC officials, recently said Sri Lanka Cricket is one of the most corrupt cricket bodies in the world

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