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n Sir Clyde Walcott, its chairman, wants the International Cricket Council to have greater powers to investigate allegations like the Salim Malik bribery affair. He will ask member countries to allow cricket's governing body legislation that would enable it to punish players and officials who stepped outside the code of conduct. At the moment the ICC can act only on matters that arise during a match.

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