The court is preparing for its biggest trial to date, for four jailed regime leaders, but it has faced a rash of criticism in recent mon
Nearly half of the 28 women interviewed reported suffering physical or psychological abuse from their employers.
Rights groups say about half of the draft’s 27 articles need to be improved before the law is passed.
The Paris Accords also set out the boundaries for Cambodia, but critics charge that encroachment from it’s neighbors continues today.
Tribunal officials have told local media that edits to court documents is a regular occurrence and not improper.
Obama unveiled a jobs bill in September in hopes of mitigating high unemployment in the wake of the financial crisis.
Prosecutors say the five suspects in cases 003 and 004 were close enough to the leadership of the regime to be investigated.
The group, Comfrel, also noted a lack of confidence among non-ruling parties.
Mental trauma remains one of the main issues for Cambodia, a legacy of the Khmer Rouge and the country’s conflicts.
Neither suspect is willing to speak to reporters, according to friends and neighbors in Battambang province, where they both keep homes.
The complaint follows the resignation earlier this month of UN investigating judge Siegfriend Blunk.
Patricia O’Brien, UN undersecretary-general for legal affairs, met with Cambodian officials to discuss concerns for the tribunal.