Republic of Slovenia

Cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and the International Criminal Court Act 2002

Date: Nov. 14, 2002
Language:English
Status:Enacted
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Republic of Slovenia, Cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and the International Criminal Court Act 2002 (2002), available from https://cjad.nottingham.ac.uk/en/legislation/59/, accessed on 21/11/2017.

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Keywords

Admissibility challenge - ne bis in idem
Arrest
Assembly of States Parties representation
Competent national authority
Consultations with the Court
Contents of request for arrest and surrender
Contents of request for provisional arrest
Contents of request for transit
Cooperation of State
Costs
Detention pending surrender
Direct execution of requests on State territory
Enforcement of fines
Enforcement of forfeiture orders
Enforcement of sentences imposed
National procedures for execution of cooperation request
National procedures for execution of requests for other forms of cooperation
Obligation to cooperate
Other forms of cooperation
Postponement - admissibility challenge
Postponement - ongoing investigation or prosecution
Postponement of execution of ICC request
Privileges and Immunities - Deputy Registar, staff of the Office of the Prosecutor and staff of the Registry - APIC
Privileges and Immunities - Judges, Prosecutor, Deputy Prosecutors and Registar - APIC
Provisional arrest
Provisional arrest - consent to surrender
Provisional arrest - detention pending surrender
Provisional arrest - release - national proceedings
Provisional arrest for ICC proceedings - national procedures
Refusal of ICC request
Refusal of ICC request - protection of national security
Request for arrest and surrender
Request for provisional arrest
Request for transit
Surrender
Transfer of forfeitures to the ICC
Transit proceedings
Transportation and transit through State territory for surrender