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The issue of physical legacy was also raised by both OSJI and Zacklin.
2012), http://www.opensociety foundations.org/sites/default/files/complementarity-asp-10152012.pdf [hereinafter OSJI Background Paper]; International Center for Transitional Justice, Stocktaking: Complementarity, Report to the Rome Statute Review Conference, June 2010 (May 2010), http://ictj.org/sites/default/files/lCTJRSRC-Global- Complementarity-Briefing-2010-English.pdf [hereinafter ICTJ Stocktaking]; see also Burke-White, supra note 4, at 68 (suggesting a need for a formal policy of proactive complementarity in the Office of the Prosecutor).
(86.) OSJI Background Paper, supra note 59, at 2-3.
(15) The government responded by claiming that international organizations such as Human Rights Watch and the OSJI, along with the international media, had led a sustained campaign against the ECCC.
OSJI opened its office in Cambodia in 2003 after Cambodia and the United Nations signed an agreement to establish the tribunal to bring former Khmer Rouge leaders to justice for their genocidal acts in the late 1970s that resulted in the deaths of at least 1.7 million Cambodians.
The government made the threat against OSJI after James Goldston, the group's executive director, wrote an opinion letter to the public in which he called for investigation into an alleged corruption at the ECCC.
The OSJI alleges that Cambodian court personnel, including judges, must kick back a ''significant percentage'' of their wages to government officials in exchange for their positions on the court.