Agreement on Human Rights (San Jose Agreement, 26 July 1990)
ERDUT AGREEMENT, ARTICLE 10:
Interested countries and organizations are requested to take appropriate steps to promote the accomplishment of the commitments in this agreement. After the expiration of the transition period and consistent with established practice, the international community shall monitor and report on respect for human rights in the region on a long-term basis.
Erdut Agreement, Article 11:
Protocol I. Basic Principles:
5. The parties agree on the principle of establishing a commission to supervise and monitor compliance with the General Peace Agreement. The commission shall be composed of representatives of the Government, RENAMO, the United Nations and other organizations or Governments to be agreed upon between the parties.
Verification/Monitoring Mechanism: Framework for a Comprehensive Political Settlement of the Cambodia Conflict
Part I. Agreement During the Transitional Period
Section II. United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia
The Parties shall request the international community to help supervise and monitor the encampment, disarmament, demobilization and reintegration processes. The Joint Monitoring Group shall have observers at any of these processes.