Alternative dispute resolution could be a means to circumvent the courts for many Cambodians in order to adjudicate small everyday issues, a legal rights advocate says.
Meas Savath, president of the Cambodian Center for Mediation, told VOA Khmer recently that the formation of alternative resolution mechanisms requires voluntary participation, meaning the results are usually satisfactory for both parties.
Such dispute resolution can be a way for Cambodians to circumvent a court system that many mistrust as biased or ineffective. VOA Khmer’s Men Kinseng.
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