CONSTITUTION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Article II: Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
All competent authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina shall cooperate with and provide
unrestricted access to: any international human rights monitoring mechanisms established for
Bosnia and Herzegovina; the supervisory bodies established by any of the international
agreements listed in Annex I to this Constitution; the International Tribunal for the Former
Yugoslavia (and in particular shall comply with orders issued pursuant to Article 29 of the
Statute of the Tribunal); and any other organization authorized by the United Nations Security
Council with a mandate concerning human rights or humanitarian law.
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
PART ONE - BASIC PROVISIONS
CHAPTER III - LEGAL ASSISTANCE AND OFFICIAL COOPERATION
Article 21 - Legal Assistance and Official Cooperation
All Courts in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska and Brčko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina shall be bound to provide legal assistance to the Court.
All authorities of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska and Brčko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina shall be bound to maintain official cooperation with the Court, the Prosecutor and other bodies participating in criminal proceedings.
PART FOUR – COOPERATION WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
(1) Pursuant to Article 93 of the Rome Statute, all state authorities shall cooperate fully and in bona fide with the International Criminal Court for the purpose of providing legal assistance to that court.