is a court of law, not a history department,' he said, saying seeing the tribunal as a teaching tool 'completely undermines' the years and millions invested in it.
Presenting the ECCC
and the Boeung Kak Lake eviction alongside one another is intended to highlight a fundamental hypocrisy in the liberal peace model.
is tasked with bringing to trial 'senior leaders and those most responsible' for crimes committed during Khmer Rouge rule of Cambodia between 1975 and 1979.
Languid backing from key member states on legal standards at the ECCC
may undercut the UN's capacity to enforce standards on other ventures as well.
head Elena Papachristoforou said that the timing is crucial, before the summer season where most people travel by air and that it would be good to inform travellers of their rights in case their flight is delayed or cancelled, or in the case of the loss of luggage.
6), as in the case of the ECCC
Co-investigating Judge's abrupt resignation.
Australia is the second largest international donor to the ECCC
, after Japan.
Our total contribution to the ECCC
to date is around $8.
To determine whether, as a legal matter, genocide occurred in Cambodia, the ECCC
may have to take sides in a debate over the appropriate definition of genocide, a debate that has raged since the Genocide Convention's adoption.
In addition, requiring distance course work and professional reading that reinforce EBOLC learning outcomes could open the door to concepts instructed at the ECCC
and serve two purposes: reduce the time spent repeating EBOLC concepts and introduce the officer to thinking from the perspective of the next higher echelon.
Finally, the decision runs contrary to the rules and regulations on which the ECCC
is based, as well as the Cambodian Constitution.
In its first verdict handed down in July, the ECCC
found Kaing Guek Eav guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.