Saturday, August 11, 2012

'Nuff said

(Taking context-optional note of thought-provoking quotes)
'They do not want to fund case 003 and 004 investigations. I am much more worried about donor fatigue than I am about Cambodian obstruction at this point.'

– IntLawGrrls contributor Anne Heindel, a legal adviser for the Documentation Center of Cambodia, quoted in a Deutsche Welle article that reported, as did we in an earlier post, on the appointment of a new international co-investigating judge charged with looking into bringing more charges – that is, Cases 003 and 004 – at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. Our earlier post noted that interference by Cambodia's government has been a chronic problem. But as Anne's quote indicates, looming as an even greater problem is the reluctance of global donors contribute any more to the workings of the Khmer Rouge accountability tribunal. (image credit)

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