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In Brief: ECCC to hold judges plenary this week

In Brief: ECCC to hold judges plenary this week

The Khmer Rouge Tribunal will hold its fifth plenary session this week

at which judges will discuss proposed amendments to the internal rules

of the court, including rules relating to investigations, civil

parties, witnesses and evidence. A press release stated that the

plenary, which begins Monday and runs until Friday at the capital's

Cambodiana Hotel, would also consider administrative and technical

matters, and the procedures of the Supreme Court Chamber.

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