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Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa)
Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa)
Rome Statute   Democratic Republic of Congo ratified on 11 April 2002, participating in the simultaneous deposit at the special UN treaty ceremony to mark the 60 ratifications necessary for entry into force. Democratic Republic of Congo signed on 8 September 2000.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities DRC acceded to the APIC on 3 July 2007
Bilateral Immunity Agreement BIA signed March 18, 2003
Implementing Legislation In September 2005, the government adopted draft implementing legislation incorporating both complementarity and cooperation provisions, and a memorandum was sent to the President of the National Assembly for consideration. After extensive input from civil society and international experts, the draft implementation law went to Parliament for approval by both houses of the legislature to ensure its official promulgation into law. The newly elected Parliament had not started reviewing the draft legislation as of late 2007. It is expected that a group of ICC-supportive Parliamentarians will succeed in putting the draft legislation on the agenda of the ordinary session starting in June 2008.
The draft is available on Amnesty International's website: Loi modifiant et completant certaines dispositions du code penale, du code d'organisation et de la competence judiciaires, du code penal militaire et du code judiciare militaire, en application du statut de la cour penale internationale
Membership African Union, Francophonie, Southern African Development Community
Government and Inter-governmental Documents
Author Date and Title
Belgium
10 Mar 2014
DRC - Judgment against Germain Katanga: a strong signal against impunity
EU
10 Mar 2014
Statement by the spokesperson of EU High Representative Catherine Ashton on Katanga Judgement
European Union
22 Mar 2013
Statement by the spokesperson of EU High Representative Catherine Ashton on the transfer of Bosco Ntaganda to the Hague
Republique Democratique du Congo
14 June 2012
Lettre du Gouvernement de RDC au Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies sur la situation au Nord-Kivu
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
20 Mar 2012
IACHR Welcomes First Verdict of International Criminal Court: Case on Recruitment of Child Soldiers
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Dec 2011
Statement made during the 10th Assembly of States Parties- Democratic Republic of the Congo
NGO Letters, Papers, Reports, and Statements
Author Date and Title
CICC
11 Sept 2014
Réponse de M. Antoine Kesia -Mbe Mindua (RDC ) au questionnaire judiciaire CCPI
HRW
08 July 2014
Netherlands: Reconsider ICC Witness Deportation
Amnesty International
02 July 2014
Netherlands: Do not return ICC witnesses at risk of death penalty, ill-treatment and unfair trials to the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice
26 June 2014
Statement of the Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice Appeals Withdrawn by Prosecution and Defense
Olivia Bueno, IRRI
11 June 2014
Reactions to the Sentencing of Germain Katanga: Some Comfort, Some Frustration
Human Rights Watch
10 June 2014
Democratic Republic of Congo: Ending Impunity for Sexual Violence
Olivia Bueno, IRRI
21 Mar 2014
In Ituri, Katanga Verdict Viewed as a Limited Success