The release said the interim report is a comprehensive summary of the ACU's first six months of active investigation into corruption in international cricket. During the period covered by the report ACU investigators have visited Australia, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Sharjah and Sri Lanka to pursue their inquiries. In addition, they have supported formal corruption investigations mounted in England, Pakistan and West Indies.
The release also said, while details of the report will remain confidential at this stage, it is likely to cover the origins of corruption in the world game and how it took hold. The extent and current status of the problem and a series of recommendations to safeguard players and the game in future are also expected to be included.
As an interim report it will not provide a final view on allegations leveled against cricketers named in various inquiries, such as the Indian CBI investigation.
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