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US brokers tribunal compromise

US brokers tribunal compromise

Acompromise designed to address UN concerns about unilateral alterations by

the Cambodian government of the KR tribunal law was announced on Jan 24. US Ambassador

Kent Weidemann helped negotiated a deal in which the UN concerns were addressed in

an separate letter to be attached to the law. The plan was necessitated by the Cambodian

government's refusal to re-submit to the National Assembly a version of the law in

which UN concerns were addressed.

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