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In a bid to get the UN back on board for the proposed Khmer Rouge tribunal, PM Hun Sen told reporters July 2 the government was prepared to amend the tribunal law. "If there is a need to amend the law, we must do it," he said. "The most important point is to find a way to try former KR leaders who have been charged with genocide and crimes against humanity." Hun Sen said the government was working internationally to coax the UN back to the table. The UN pulled out of the tribunal negotiations in February .


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