The prosecution laid out its proposal for the scope and scheduling of the next phase of Case 002 yesterday, arguing that the selective inclusion of “representative” crime sites could make Case 002/02 the final chapter in the trial o
As expected, there was little agreement and much scepticism at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday as parties, the trial chamber and court administrators grappled over whether the trial chamber could create a second panel of judges t
In a flurry of documents posted over the past few days, teams at the Khmer Rouge tribunal have outlined their thoughts on the future of the court’s flagship trial, Case 002, a subject that will be the focus of a trial-management mee
The Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Supreme Court Chamber yesterday called the establishment of a second panel of judges to begin hearing Case 002/02 “imperative”, and ordered the court’s trial chamber to initiate proceedings in the case “as
An October filing posted to the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s website on Wednesday could pave the way for the creation of a second panel of trial chamber judges – a measure that could allow Case 002’s next sub-trial to proceed even as the
A top UN official has issued an urgent appeal to international donors and the Cambodian government to commit sustainable funding to the Khmer Rouge tribunal.
An international court monitor has warned that the Khmer Rouge tribunal could end up “winding up its operations in disgrace” if it fails to honestly respond to the clear time, funding and political constraints that it faces.
Co-defendants Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan – regarded as the most senior surviving members of the Khmer Rouge – yesterday maintained their absolute innocence for the crimes of the regime.
Prosecution and civil party lawyers wrapped up their final rebuttals in court yesterday, ahead of the scheduled final day of closing statements in Case 002/01 today, in which the accused themselves are scheduled to take the floor.
Noun Chea’s defence lawyers at the Khmer Rouge tribunal came out fighting as expected yesterday, attacking the court for systematically failing to afford their client a fair trial, while castigating the prosecution for simplifying D