The first part of the trial will consider charges involving the forced movement of people and crimes against humanity, while later proceedings will focus on other charges including genocide.
“I’m so happy and I could not sleep last night when I heard these leaders were to appears before the tribunal,” said 80-year-old Chum Mey, one of only two survivors from the S-21 prison. “We have been waiting for more than 30 years to hear these leaders’ voice saying the true story of their reign that brought death to over a million people.”
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