June 29 - The trial of four former leaders of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime enters its third day. Andrew Raven reports.
That's. The trial of four senior members of Cambodia's brutal Khmer Rouge regime enters its third day. Years in the making the case is opening days that captivated Cambodia. Where the scars of the ultra Maoist government are still visible. On trial are brother number two you want jobs. Former president -- sounds fine. Ex foreign minister Yang salary and his wife. -- -- The four are accused of leading a regime that was responsible for the deaths of an estimated one point seven million Cambodians during the 1970s. The four leaders are all elderly and infirm. So the court has set up holding room complete with dance where they can watch the proceedings. Meanwhile outside the courtroom a lawyer for two day -- question whether fair trial was possible. In the main the main question is is this is going to be a fan. Almost client in his discourse going to be truly. Independence and that is that we contacts. So far we have to president -- The court set up in 2005. Has been mired by infighting and questions about why more former Khmer Rouge have not been charged. Andrew -- in Reuters.