The national- and international judges of the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Pre-Trial Chamber (the 'PTC') have issued a rare split decision on the controversial issue of political interference at the court.

A request filed by Victor Koppe and Michiel Pestman on behalf of their client Nuon Chea was rejected by the PTC, but with the international judges firmly dissenting.


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