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07 Feb 2007
IOC News , Ethics

Ndiaye succeeds the late Mbaye at the head of Ethics Commission

The IOC Executive Board today decided that Mr Youssoupha Ndiaye from Senegal will replace the late Judge Kéba Mbaye as Chairman of the IOC Ethics Commission. Former Sports Minister and former President of the Supreme Court of Senegal, Mr Youssoupha Ndiaye has been an IOC member since 2002.

It was also announced that Sir Craig Reedie will succeed Chiharu Igaya, who recently resigned from his position as a member of the Ethics Commission due to a conflict of interests following his nomination as a member the 2016 Tokyo Bidding Committee. Former Chairman of the BOA, Sir Craig  Reedie has been an IOC member since 1994.

The Chairman and members of the Ethics Commission are appointed by the IOC Executive Board on the proposal of the IOC President.

 Learn more on the Ethics Commission
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