ECCC Law Article 5

<div><b>Article 5</b></div><div>The Extraordinary Chambers shall have the power to bring to trial all Suspects who committed crimes against humanity during the period 17 April 1975 to 6 January 1979.</div><div><br></div><div>Crimes against humanity, which have no statute of limitations, are any acts committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population, on national, political, ethnical, racial or religious grounds, such as:</div><div>• murder;&nbsp;</div><div>• extermination;&nbsp;</div><div>• enslavement;&nbsp;</div><div>• deportation;&nbsp;</div><div>• imprisonment;</div><div>• torture;&nbsp;</div><div>• rape;&nbsp;</div><div>•&nbsp;persecutions on political, racial, and religious grounds;&nbsp;</div><div>•&nbsp;other inhumane acts.</div>