On 23 August 2011, the Trial Chamber of the ECCC appointed four psychiatrists to assess the state of Accused Ieng Thirith’s mental health. The four Experts agreed on their collective findings and submitted a report on 10 October 2011 to the Chamber. Two of the four, Dr. Hout Lina and Dr. Seena Fazel, subsequently testified before the Chamber during a two-day fitness hearing conducted on 19and 20October 2011. This report provides a summary of these proceedings.
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KRT Trial Monitor Issue No. 4 – Second Hearing on Fitness to Stand Trial (19-20 October 2011)
English – Khmer
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