Glaspy, Padraic J.
January 2008
Harvard Human Rights Journal;Winter2008, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p143
Academic Journal
The article discusses recent developments at the extraordinary chambers in the courts of Cambodia (ECCC). It accounts the establishment of the extraordinary chambers on which Cambodian national judges make up the majority of the pre-trial chamber, the trial court, and the appeals chamber. It presents several persons who were brought before the chambers including Kaing Guek Eav and Nuon Chea. It also mentions the ongoing challenges facing the ECCC such as the threat posed by interference from the Cambodian government to the court proceedings.


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