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No simple justice at the khmer rouge tribunal

No simple justice at the khmer rouge tribunal?

On 12 February, 1997, six of the eight defendants were sentenced to death. The next day, a military tribunal found the other three guilty in absentia of committing an act of ethnic cleansing and terrorism.

In February, 1998, there was further uncertainty in Cambodia’s economy when the International Monetary Fund rejected Cambodia’s first sovereign debt package. This meant the government’s inability to pay its foreign debts or repurchase the country’s debt had become a significant threat.

On 10 May, 1998, parliament passed and President Vatchag on 5 June called a snap general election.

The general election marked a significant political coup against a democratically elected 우리카지노government in which a number of opposition parties – one supported by the US – were at a low ebb after several months of bloody political fighting. The election was the first since the end of the civil war.

The coup had some good political outcomes but the election result had some serious consequences for the nation and the international community. It was one of the clearest examples of political paralysis and weakness and the failure of international economic sanctions.

As the elections neared and the euphoria of euphoria seemed to end, the violence escalated dramatically.

Satnatyasastra.comellite view of Khmer Rouge base in Phnom Penh

A number of reports have alleged that the Khmer Rouge were responsible for the killing and enslavement of 200,000 civilians by the late 1990s.

The mass murders and enslavement by the Khmer Rouge were first witnessed in March 1994. On 9 April, the U.N. Truth and Reconciliation Commission (UNTRC) published its initial findings, which found that the Khmer Rouge “mass murders” were not only politically motivated but also in fact deliberate and designed to inflict maximum psychological damage on people and destroy any sense of humanity. The report was highly critical of Khmer Rouge leader and current leader Phnom Penh’s policies during the civil war, which included “the widespread extermination of civilians … [who were] forced to endure systematic starvation”. This was a key point as the report indicated that more than 250,000 Cambodians are believed to have died.

In the course of the peace process, President Chulan Khachap visited Nortnatyasastra.comh Vietnam in February 1996. At this time the North was preparing for the upcoming presidential election, which would see former prime minister Rang Paranak and opposition politician Khmer Rouge leader Phnom Sokhon being re-elected.

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