ICC sitting in State territory

Mauritius

International Criminal Court Act 2011

PART III – STATUS AND PRIVILEGES OF INTERNATIONAL
CRIMINAL COURT

9. Seat and status of International Criminal Court

(1) The International Criminal Court may sit in Mauritius, in such place as may be appointed by the President, at the request of the International Criminal Court, by Proclamation

Rome Statute

Article 3 Seat of the Court

3. The Court may sit elsewhere, whenever it considers it desirable, as provided in this Statute.

APIC

ARTICLE 12 Exercise of the Functions of the Court outside its Headquarters

In the event that the Court, pursuant to article 3, paragraph 3, of the Statute, considers it desirable to sit elsewhere than at its headquarters at The Hague in the Netherlands, the Court may conclude with the State concerned an arrangement concerning the provision of the appropriate facilities for the exercise of its functions.