Khmer Rouge Trial Boycott

The tribunal was created in 2006 to try leading members of the 1975-1979 regime and five former leaders are currently being held on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Last month, 28 victims, civil parties in the trial of former chief of the S-21 prison, boycotted the hearings in protest to limitations imposed by the court on their lawyers.

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