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The Cambodian extraordinary chambers - a dangerous precedent for international justice ?

Williams, S. J. (2003) 'The Cambodian extraordinary chambers - a dangerous precedent for international justice ?', International and comparative law quarterly., 53 (1). pp. 227-245.

Abstract

Discusses the problems encountered in negotiating the structure and composition of the Cambodian Extraordinary Chambers which led to the arrangement whereby the chambers have a majority of Cambodian judges but require a super-majority for a voting decision to be made. Considers the inherent difficulties within this system.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Cambodia, International war crimes tribunals, Judges, Judicial decision-making, Voting systems.
Full text:Full text not available from this repository.
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/iclq/53.1.227
Record Created:03 May 2007
Last Modified:12 Feb 2010 13:52

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