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Upcoming Trial Chamber hearings
The Trial Chamber will hear expert testimony from Phillip Short 4-7 March 2013 and Elizabeth Becker 11-14 March 2013. Both experts can be questioned about all issues in the Case 002 Closing Order in which they are able testify.

Live streaming of public hearings
The ECCC is now able to offer live web streaming of the public hearings. We are currently in a test phase, so the quality of the feed can still not be guaranteed. You can access the live stream at our website: http://eccc.us6.list-manage.com/track/click?u=c200b43d24a042819f27a5473&id=86b02aa011&e=b71ca3e5b2

Revised ECCC budget 2012-2013
The revised budget has been endorsed and is now available on our website: http://eccc.us6.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=c200b43d24a042819f27a5473&id=d5dc1e5060&e=b71ca3e5b2The revision reduces the ECCC budget for 2012-2013 with US$ 15.1 million.

Statement by the Co-Investigating Judges
The Co-Investigating Judges issued a statement about the current status of Case 003 on Thursday 28 February 2013. The international Co-Investigating Judge also published the alleged crime sites being investigated. You can read the statement here: http://eccc.us6.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=c200b43d24a042819f27a5473&id=f8da219689&e=b71ca3e5b2

UK pledges £1,400,000
The Government of the United Kingdom has made a new pledge of £ 1,400,00 (approximately US$ 2.2 million) to the international component of the ECCC. More information: http://eccc.us6.list-manage.com/track/click?u=c200b43d24a042819f27a5473&id=3ca59e3a84&e=b71ca3e5b2

 
Supreme Court Chamber renders decision on appeal against scope of Case 002/01

On 8 February 2013, the Supreme Court Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) rendered its decision on an immediate appeal by the Co-Prosecutors against a decision of the Trial Chamber denying, in part, to expand the scope of the first trial in Case 002.

The Supreme Court Chamber annulled the Trial Chamber's decision, finding that the original severance of Case 002 in September 2011 and related subsequent decisions lacked clarity and reasoning, and that the Trial Chamber had severed Case 002 and defined the scope of Case 002/01 without having given the parties sufficient opportunity to be heard.

The Supreme Court Chamber nevertheless recognized the factors which likely prompted the Trial Chamber to sever the proceedings into more expeditious and manageable trials. The Supreme Court Chamber further specified that the Trial Chamber remains empowered to reassess a mode of severance for Case 002 upon inviting submissions from the parties and takes into consideration all relevant factors and legitimate interests. The Supreme Court Chamber's decision is limited to the severance of Case 002 and has no effect on the hearings or proceedings on the substance in Case 002 to date.

The full decision is available on the ECCC website: http://www.eccc.gov.kh/en/document/court/decision-co-prosecutors%E2%80%9...

 
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