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Rome Statute   Cambodia signed on 23 October 2000 and ratified on 11 April 2002.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities Cambodia has not acceded to the Agreement on Privileges and Immunities.
Bilateral Immunity Agreement Signed June 27, 2003. Ratified May 18, 2005.
Implementing Legislation The Criminal code and the Criminal Procedure Code was approved in December 2010. It has been written to include crimes against humanity, genocide, and war crimes, following definitions included in the Rome Statute.
Membership ASEAN, Francophonie.
Government and Inter-governmental Documents
Author Date and Title
Barbara Lockbihler MEP
11 Aug 2014
Life imprisonment for Khmer Rouge in Cambodia
NGO Letters, Papers, Reports, and Statements
Author Date and Title
21 Aug 2014
After Guilty Verdicts in Khmer Rouge Tribunal, Broader Struggle for Accountability Continues in Cambodia
28 Apr 2006
L’adaptation du droit cambodgien au Statut de la Cour pénale internationale
01 Mar 2006
Implementation of the Rome Statute in Cambodian Law
09 Sept 2005
Articulation between the International Criminal Court and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal: The Place of Victims
NGO Media Statements
Authorascending Date and Title
Amnesty International
03 Feb 2012
Cambodia: Khmer Rouge judgment welcome, but raises human rights concerns
Destination Justice
27 July 2015
The Justice Café & Library Opens its Doors in Phnom Penh
12 May 2006
Civil Society Urges the Cambodian Government to fully implement the Statute of the International Criminal Court
19 Mar 2008
Cambodia/ECCC - More resources needed for the Victims Unit to fulfil its mandate effectively
07 Oct 2014
Cambodia: ICC preliminary examination requested into crimes stemming from mass land grabbing
22 July 2015
Cambodia : 60,000 new victims of government land grabbing policy since January 2014
28 Apr 2006
L’adaptation du droit cambodgien au Statut de la Cour pénale internationale