Azeem Rafiq has acquired a heavily-redacted model of the findings of the report into racism allegations made in opposition to his former membership Yorkshire.
BBC Sport reported that an employment choose had ordered the membership to launch it in full by Friday – however they’ve solely despatched a partial model.
Final yr, Rafiq, 30, alleged “institutional racism” at Yorkshire left him near taking his personal life.
Seven of the 43 claims made have been upheld by an impartial panel.
Nevertheless, Yorkshire launched solely a abstract of the report publicly. A spokesperson for the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) advised BBC Sport they’re nonetheless awaiting the total report, having requested a duplicate.
Each Yorkshire and a spokesperson for Rafiq declined to remark when contacted by BBC Sport.
Final month, the report from Yorkshire discovered Rafiq was the “sufferer of racial harassment and bullying” in his time on the membership.
Final week, a spokesperson for Rafiq reiterated his requires the findings to be printed of their entirety, including in an announcement: “The abstract was supplied, in impact, by the defendant – Yorkshire. Azeem has not been allowed to see the report, remark or reply.
“Even with all of these points, Yorkshire was pressured to confess racism and bullying. How unhealthy is the total report for Yorkshire?”