Gamers chanced on guilty of racism must soundless face the the same penalties as match-fixers and dopers, says West Indies captain Jason Holder.
Whereas World Cricket Council (ICC) solutions enable for a lifestyles ban for on-pitch racist abuse, culprits are infrequently ever punished to that extent.
“I don’t mediate the penalty for doping or corruption must always be any assorted for racism,” Holder told BBC Sport.
“If we now safe obtained points within our sport, we must always care for them equally.”
Below the ICC’s anti-racism coverage, a vital offence is mostly punished with between four and eight suspension parts. Two suspension parts equate to a ban for one Test or two one-day internationals or two T20 world matches.
Pale Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed left out two one-day internationals and two Twenty20 matches as punishment for a racist comment to South Africa all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo in 2019.
Holder cited the trip of England’s Jofra Archer, who has been a blueprint of racial remarks from the gang both in home and away Assessments, and crew-mate Moeen Ali, who it’s believed became targeted by India fans in a 2014 match thanks to his Pakistani background.
Holder, whose crew will seize on England in a in the inspire of-closed-doors three-Test series initiating on 8 July in Southampton, acknowledged that he believed that every world meeting will likely be preceded by reminders to both teams of their responsibilities around bustle.
“Moreover to having anti-doping briefings and anti-corruption briefings, per chance we must soundless safe an anti-racism characteristic sooner than we launch a series,” he added.
“My message is more education must switch around it.
“I’ve now not trip any racial abuse first hand but safe heard or considered a pair of issues around it. It is something you staunch can not stand for.”