Part X – Miscellaneous Provisions
(1) The Minister may, by statutory instrument, make regulations for all or any of the following purposes—
(a) prescribing the procedure to be followed in dealing with request made by the ICC, and providing for notification of the results of action taken in accordance with any such request;
(b) providing for temporary surrender of a person;
(c) prescribing the procedures for obtaining evidence or producing documents or other articles in accordance with a request made by the ICC;
(d) providing for the payment of fees, travelling allowances, and expenses to any person in Uganda who gives or provides evidence or assistance pursuant to a request made by the ICC;
(e) prescribing conditions for the protection of any property sent to the ICC pursuant to a request made under this AC, and making provision for the return of property in Uganda in accordance with a request;
(f) providing for management and disposal of property under a freezing, seizing or forfeiture order;
(g) prescribing the forms of applications, notices, certificates, warrants and other documents for the purposes of this Act, and requiring the use of such forms; and
(h) providing for any other matters contemplated by this Act, necessary for its implementation, or necessary for giving it full effect.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1) the Minister may, but statutory instrument, make regulations to implement any obligation that is placed on States Parties by the Rules of Evidence and Procedure if that obligation is not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act.
Part VIII – Investigations or Sittings of ICC in Uganda
90. Prosecutor may conduct investigations in Uganda.
The Prosecutor may conduct investigations in Ugandan territory—
(a) in accordance with the provisions of Part 9 of the Statute; or
(b) as authorised by the Pre-Trial Chamber under article 57(3)(d) of the Statute.
States Parties shall, in accordance with the provisions of this Statute, cooperate fully with the Court in its investigation and prosecution of crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court.