Application of Genocide

Genocide first came into being as a legal concept during World War II. It later was codified in the Convention on the Prevention and the Punishment of the Crime of Genocide of 1948 following a UN General Assembly resolution on the crime of genocide in 1946. The IENG Sary Defence challenged its application at the ECCC which was established to bring to trial those who allegedly committed crimes in 1975-1979. In the event that the OCIJ determines that the ECCC has jurisdiction to apply the crime of genocide, the Defence submitted a Supplemental Alternative and Annex to its initial challenge to assist the ECCC in applying the law on genocide.

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Annex to IENG Sary’s Supplemental Alternative to his Motion Against the Applicability of Genocide to assist the ECCC in applying the law on genocide

Date: 21 December 2009

Annex to IENG Sary’s Supplemental Alternative to his Motion Against the Applicability of Genocide to assist the ECCC in applying the law on genocide

IENG Sary’s Supplemental Alternative to his Motion Against the Applicability of Genocide at the ECCC.

Date: 21 December 2009

IENG Sary’s Supplemental Alternative to his Motion Against the Applicability of Genocide at the ECCC.

IENG Sary’s Motion Against the Applicability of the Crime of Genocide at the ECCC

Date: 30 October 2009