More than 10 percent of staff at the Khmer Rouge tribunal did not have their contracts renewed on Monday as the court sought to tighten its purse strings and save $1 million in the face of the continued funding woes blighting its national component, a tribunal spokesman said Wednesday. Neth Pheaktra said the reductions affected 30 of the court’s 260 national staff as part of a “normal process” and that the court was “regularly reviewing its staffing requirements” to ensure that the tribunal remains cost efficient. “This restructuring affects all sections [of the court],” Mr. Pheaktra said, adding
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