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But recently revised rules of governance mean the ICC no longer have jurisdiction to intervene in matters arising from bilateral tours - a point emphasised by Patel, who also said the boards of England and Australia "recognise the need to resolve the situation to our satisfaction".
It was a tragedy that should have rewritten the rules of governance forever.
The rules of governance in Islam allow for offering wide range of freedoms not tyranny and provide that unity of the country must be based on a contract of citizenship and consensus", he added.
The academic community tried to shed light on some issues but mostly they vilified the Prime Minister, called for less partisanship, proposed proportional representation or cited the need for a cabinet manual to set out the rules of governance.
Like them or hate them they are changing rules of governance
He said that government should take steps to build strong institutions by improving the rules of governance as well as through policy and regulatory reforms.
The report continued: "The rules of governance that have contributed to the development of Formula 1 over the last 25 years have been disregarded, as have the binding contractual obligations between Ferrari and the FIA itself regarding the stability of the regulations.
The rules of governance that have contributed to the development of Formula One over the last 25 years have been disregarded, as have the binding contractual obligations between Ferrari and the FIA itself regarding the stability of the regulations," the statement added.