Following the conclusion of three cricket public consultations conducted by the government-implemented Interim Management Committee (IMC), head of that committee Clive Lloyd is optimistic that the objectives set out by the IMC will be met…

“Judging from the three consultations so far the feedback by the general public was exceptional, I am optimistic that the IMC’s objectives will achieve at the end of these public consultations,” Lloyd noted…

Upon completion of its work the IMC is expected to report on its major findings, make recommendations for the way forward and invite an authority with competence in electoral matters to hold elections for office bearers at both the Regional and National levels.

The IMC was established “In keeping with the Honorable Chief Justice Ian Chang’s ruling on the 22nd August, 2011, part of his findings explicitly states that:

“It is a matter of common knowledge that there exists a Ministry responsible for Sport in general. This indicates that the State has assumed responsibility for the welfare, promotion and proper administration of sports in Guyana and that, since in the present state of affairs, while a legislative structure for the administration of cricket is desirable, there may be the immediate need for the Minister responsible for sports to impose his executive will in the national interest until such time as Parliament can provide a more permanent welfare structure…”


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