Privileges and immunities – other persons required to be present at the seat of the Court – APIC

Mauritius

International Criminal Court Act 2011

PART III – STATUS AND PRIVILEGES OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

10. Privileges and immunities

(3) Any person –

(a) required to be present at the seat of the International Criminal Court; or
(b) or attending meetings of the Assembly of State Parties to the Statute, including the its subsidiary organs,

shall enjoy such privileges and facilities necessary for the performance of his functions in Mauritius as may be prescribed.

APIC

ARTICLE 22 Other Persons Required to be Present at the Seat of the Court

1. Other persons required to be present at the seat of the Court shall, to the extent necessary for their presence at the seat of the Court, including the time spent on journeys in connection with their presence, be accorded the privileges, immunities and facilities provided for in article 20, paragraph 1, sub-paragraphs (a) to (d), of the present Agreement, subject to production of the document referred to in paragraph 2 of this article.

2. Other persons required to be present at the seat of the Court shall be provided by the Court with a document certifying that their presence is required at the seat of the Court and specifying a time period during which such presence is necessary.