The National Assembly passed a law to reform prisons on Monday, but critics say its wording remains unclear.
Andrew Cayley, in an interview with VOA Khmer, addresses concerns in Case 003 and 004, following his lecture at Rutgers University.
Rights group claims that the acid attack throughout the country can reach to 40 cases in each year.
Human Rights Watch said in a recent report as many as 50,000 women and girls have migrated for work in Malaysia.
Around 100 Phnom Penh residents facing expulsion from their homes gathered in front of City Hall on Wednesday.
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.
So Phon said Monday he had paid no ransom and did not know the reason his son was released.
Patricia O’Brien, UN undersecretary-general for legal affairs, met with Cambodian officials to discuss concerns for the tribunal.
A growing number of court observers now say the court’s approach to cases 003 and 004 is derailing its credibility.
Protesters gathered in front of the court Tuesday morning, dressed in white, and displaying photographs of the Sept. 16 eviction.