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Leuprecht regrets

Leuprecht regrets

Peter Leuprecht, the UN Special Representative on human rights in Cambodia, presented

his report on Cambodian human rights in New York April 22. Leuprecht told the UN

Commission on Human Rights he profoundly regretted the interruption of negotiations

between the UN and the Cambodian government regarding the Khmer Rouge tribunal. The

commission adopted a number of resolutions that condemned all acts of extrajudicial,

summary or arbitrary executions and approved the optional protocol to the Convention

against Torture.

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