Background: Case 002/01 appeal judgement

The Supreme Court Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) will pronounce its judgement on appeals in Case 002/01 against Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan at 09:00 on Wednesday 23 November 2016 in the main courtroom of the ECCC. The President of the Supreme Court Chamber will read a summary of the judgement on appeals. The reading may take 2-3 hours.

A press conference with the parties will be held in the the public gallery after the pronouncement of the appeal judgement.

Press contacts

Mr. Lars Olsen, Legal Officer/Spokesperson
Mobile: +855 (0)12 488 023 Land line: +855 (0)23 861 669
Email: olsenl@un.org 
(English speaking media) 

Mr. Neth Pheaktra, Press Officer
Mobile phone: +855 (0)12 488 156 Land line: +855 (0)23 861 564
Email: neth.pheaktra@eccc.gov.kh
(Khmer and French speaking media)

Below are some resources and background information:


Victor Koppe explains Nuon Chea's appeal:

 

Anta Guisse explains Khieu Samphan's appeal

 

Nicholas Koumjian explains the Co-Prosecutors' appeal

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