In a recent article in your newspaper, titled
"Corruption probe to continue, but joint sessions inconclusive", in the
February 4 edition of The Phnom Penh Post, the question of corruption
in the ECCC was raised by the international community.
anybody be accused of corruption when there is no corruption law in
Cambodia? Also, it is well known that the Cambodian judicial system is
completely politicised and controlled by Hun Sen and his Cambodian
So, how can the international community talk about
corruption without looking into the Cambodian judicial and legal
systems, which are totally politicised and controlled by Hun Sen. For
this writer, this accusation of corruption in the ECCC is at least
puzzling, if not totally illogical.
More precisely, how could anybody be accused of corruption when there is no anti-corruption law in Cambodia?