Wednesday’s statement opened broader questions over the court’s work and the role of journalists who cover it.
Three of those facing prosecution may finally face justice after many years in the Khmer Rouge tribunals.
The law has received widespread criticism from international and local communities.
In national politics, the CPP has dominates the commune councils, holding nearly 8,000 of 11,500 seats.
The court is holding three days of hearings to determine the fitness of three former leaders later this year or into the next.
A tribunal official told the former soldiers in Samlot that the two cases were still under consideration at the tribunal.
The deal comes as part of 29 different agreements signed between Cambodia and China.
The resettlement plan came at the order of Prime Minister Hun Sen earlier this month, following threats from the World Bank.
Cambodia is preparing for local commune elections in 2012 and national parliamentary elections the following year.
Some of those same NGOs have given their support to a highly public land dispute over a development project at Boeung Kak lake.
Allowing the publication of that submission will further help victims who wish to be a part of the case, tribunal monitors said Monday.
Villagers say their livelihoods there are being threatened by continuous government concessions to private rubber and other companies.