Personnel chief removed from post

corruption probes at the ECCC, chief of personnel Keo Thyvuth has been transferred back to the office of the Council of Ministers, a court spokesman told the Post's Cat Barton Monday. He has been replaced by Rong Chhorng, secretary general for the National Committee for Population and Development. " />

Personnel chief removed from post

Amid new corruption probes at the ECCC, chief of personnel Keo Thyvuth has been transferred back to the office of the Council of Ministers, a court spokesman told the Post's Cat Barton Monday.

He has been replaced by Rong Chhorng, secretary general for the National Committee for Population and Development.

"Keo Thyvuth's shift, which court officials refused to call a firing, comes as complaints of kickbacks are being examined by the UN Office of Internal Oversight in New York," Barton writes in today's Post.

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