PART 7 - PERSONS IN TRANSIT TO ICC OR SERVING SENTENCES IMPOSED BY ICC
Enforcement of sentences in New Zealand
Prisoner to be held in custody—
(3)Despite subsection (2) and any other enactment,—
(a)the ICC prisoner has the right to communicate on a confidential basis with the ICC, without impediment from any person:
(b)a Judge of the ICC or a member of the staff of the ICC may visit the ICC prisoner for the purpose of hearing any representations by the prisoner without the presence of any other person, except any representative of the prisoner:
59 Notification of response to Tribunal request
(1) Where a request for assistance under this Act is received from a Tribunal, the Attorney-General shall ensure that the Tribunal is provided with a response to that request.
(2) If the Attorney-General declines, in accordance with this Act, to comply with a request, the Attorney-General shall give reasons to the Tribunal for the Attorney-General's decision.
3. Communications between a sentenced person and the Court shall be unimpeded and confidential.