Colombo: Sri Lanka's main opposition leader Ranil Wickremesinghe has asked the country's parliament to come up with a legally structured body to govern the island nation's troubled cricket administration.
"I propose the appointment of a Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) to look at a suitable draft in order to seek views of all parties. This can be done within six months," Wickremesinghe said.
He added that the PSC should recommend the constitution of the proposed body and who should man its positions. The leader was critical of the current set up of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC).