All 91 civil parties being represented at the trial of former S-21 chief Kaing Guek Eav have now joined a request to disclose the findings of a UN oversight report on corruption allegations at the court. In a statement Friday, lawyers said that obtaining the report was "necessary to ensure that the ultimate verdict ... will be the result of a transparent trial, and that it will stand the test of time". They have also rejected a request by co-prosectors to defer obtaining the report.
In Brief: S-21 victims demand oversight report
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Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday denied a “rift” among top leaders of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), and rejected claims that Senate president Say Chhum and Interior Minister Sar Kheng were set to be removed from their positions as rumours spread by “gangsters”.
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- Assembly passes amendment to Political Party Law Article 45
The National Assembly on Thursday unanimously approved a proposed amendment to Article 45 of the Law on Political Parties in a move that could pave the way for former senior opposition leaders banned for five years to return to the political stage. As expected, the 115 ruling