The opposition CNRP announced Tuesday that it had engaged lawyer Richard Rogers, former head of the Khmer Rouge tribunalís Defense Support Section, to analyze evidence of alleged crimes committed by the CPP government and decide whether they justify filing a complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC). The move follows a week in which CPP security forces shot dead at least five civilians, injured dozens more, and imprisoned 23 protesters. ďIf the Cambodian security forces commit illegal violent acts as part of a widespread or systematic attack against the civilian population, this would amount to a crime against
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