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Experts sent to the ECCC

Experts sent to the ECCC

With the Extraordinary Courts in the Chambers of Cambodia preparing to adopt its

internal rules, two experts in international court procedure, Robin Vincent, the

former registrar for the Sierra Leone Court, and Kevin St Lewis, chief of administration

for the Criminal Tribunal of Yugoslavia, have arrived in Phnom Penh to conduct an

audit of the administration of the court, said co-investigating judge Marcel Lemonde.

The pair will meet with all actors of the court, including the international judges.

"They are here to provide the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trial

(UNAKRT) with advice on best practices and recommendations on how to best move forward,"

said UNAKRT spokesperson, Peter Foster.

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