The IOC members who are eligible to vote: Joao Havelange (Brazil), Marc Hodler (Switzerland), Mohamed Mzali (Tunisia), Vitaly Smirnov* (Russia), Peter Tallberg (Finland), Richard Gosper (Australia), Shagdarjav Magvan (Mongolia), Richard Pound (Canada), Nikos Filaretos (Greece), He Zhenliang (China), Franco Sarraro (Italy), Philip Coles (Australia), Ivan Dibos (Peru), Chiharu Igaya (Japan), Anani Matthia (Togo), Napoleon Munoz Pena (Dominican Republic), Pal Schmitt (Hungary), Princess Nora de Liechtenstein (Liechtenstein), Henry Adefope (Nigeria), Francisco Elizalde (Philippines), Lambis Nikolaou* (Greece), Anita Defrantz (US), Anton Geesink (Netherlands), The Princess Royal (Britain), Fidel Mendoza (Colombia), Tay Wilson (New Zealand), Wu Ching-juo (Taiwan), Ram Ruhee (Mauritius), Willi Kaltschmitt (Guam), Francis Nyangweso (Uganda), Borislav Stankovic (Serbia and Montenegro), Fernando Bello (Portugal), Walther Troger (Germany), Okano Shun-ichiro (Japan), Richard Carrion* (Puerto Rico), Nat Indrapana (Thailand), Antonio Rodriguez (Argentina), Denis Oswald* (Switzerland), Jacques Rogge* (Belgium), Mario Vazquez* (Mexico), Thomas Bach (Germany), Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Sabah (Kuwait), James Easton* (US), Craig Reedie (Britain), Mario Pescante (Italy), Gerhard Heiberg* (Norway), Arne Ljunqvist (Sweden), Austin Sealy (Barbados), Robin Mitchell (Fiji), Ibrahim Diallo* (Guinea), Alex Gilady (Israel), Ivan Slavkov (Bulgaria), Shamil Tarpischev (Russia), Valerly Borzov (Ukraine), Rene Fasel (Switzerland), Jean-Claude Killy (France), Sam Ramsamy (South Africa), Reynaldo Gonzalez (Cuba), Olegario Vazquez (Mexico), Antun Vrdoljak (Croatia), Joseph Hickey (Ireland), Toni Khoury* (Libya), Mustapha Larfaoui (Algeria), Shahid Ali (Pakistan), Ung Chang (North Korea), Gunilla Lindberg* (Sweden), Julio Maglione (Uruguay), Lee Kun-hee (South Korea), Hein Verbruggen (Netherlands), Guy Drut (France), Ottavio Cinquanta* (Italy), Dona Pilar de Borbon (Spain), Irena Szewinska (Poland), Grand Duke of Luxembourg (Luxembourg), Mounir Sabet (Egypt), Nawal El Moutawakel (Morocco), Meliton Sanchez (Panama), Leo Wallner (Austria), Prince of Orange (Netherlands), Ng Ser Miang (Singapore), Samih Moudallal (Syria), Joseph Blatter (Switzerland), Lamine Diack (Senegal), Sergey Bubka* (Ukraine), Robert Ctvrtlik (US), Manuela Di Centa (Italy), Alexander Popov (Russia), Tamas Ajan (Hungary), Gian Kasper (Switzerland), Kipjoge Keino (Kenya), Arthur Nuzman (Brazil), Lassana Palenfo (Ivory Coast), Henri Serandour (France), Yu Zaiqing* (China), Timothy Fok (Hong Kong), Randhir Singh (India), John Coates (Australia), Issa Hayatou (Cameroon), Juan Antonio Samaranch Jnr. (Spain), Els van Brieda Vriesman (Netherlands), Faisal Abdulaziz (Saudi Arabia), Kikis Mazarides (Cyprus), Park Yong-sung (South Korea), Patrick Chamunda (Zambia), Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani (Qatar), Kai Holm (Denmark), Youssoupha Ndiaye (Senegal), Pernilla Wiberg (Sweden), Jari Kurri (Finland), Adne Sondrai (Norway), Phil Craven (Britain), Jan Zelezny (Czech Republic), Hicham El Guerrouj (Morocco), Frank Fredericks (Namibia), Rania Elwani (Egypt). *Denotes executive board member. Jacques Rogge will not take part in voting. Ivan Slavkov of Bulgaria is currently suspended while Prince Albert of Monaco died recently. France's Guy Drut will not be in Singapore, leaving 112 votes to be cast. Of this number, it is still unknown who will turn up in Singapore.