Amnesty, Pardon & Double Jeopardy

IENG Sary was granted a Royal Pardon and Amnesty on 14 September 1996 for “the sentence of death and confiscation of all his property imposed by order of the People’s Revolutionary Tribunal of Phnom Penh, dated 19 August 1979; and an amnesty for prosecution under the Law to Outlaw the Democratic Kampuchea Group, promulgated by Reach Kram No. 1, NS 94, dated 14 July 1994.” In assessing whether it was permitted to provisionally detain Mr. IENG Sary, the OCIJ examined this issue in their Provisional Detention Order of 14 November 2007. The OCIJ held that the Royal Amnesty and Pardon did not prevent investigation or provisional detention of Mr. IENG Sary.

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IENG Sary’s appeal against the Trial Chamber’s decision on IENG Sary’s Rule 89 Preliminary Objections (Ne Bis in Idem and Amnesty and Pardon), Annex 2: Comparison between the 1979 trial of IENG Sary and the Introductory Submission

Date: 5 December 2011

IENG Sary’s appeal against the Trial Chamber’s decision on IENG Sary’s Rule 89 Preliminary Objections (Ne Bis in Idem and Amnesty and Pardon) , Annex 1: Background

Date: 5 December 2011

IENG Sary’s Appeal Against the Trial Chamber’s Decision on IENG Sary’s Rule 89 Preliminary Objections (Ne bis in idem and Amnesty and Pardon)

Date: 2 December 2011

IENG Sary’s Request to Stay the Commencement of the Trial Proceedings Until the Final Determination of IENG Sary’s Preliminary Objection of IENG Sary’s Preliminary Objections Regarding the Royal Pardon and Amnesty and Ne bit in idem

Date: 4 November 2011

IENG Sary’s Supplement to his Rule 89 Preliminary Objection (Royal Pardon and Amnesty)

Date: 27 May 2011

IENG Sary’s Supplement to his Rule 89 Preliminary Objection (Ne Bis In Idem)

Date: 27 May 2011