The International Criminal Court Act 2001 makes detailed provision under the law of England and Wales for the arrest and surrender to the ICC, at the request of the Court, of persons alleged to have committed a crime within the jurisdiction of the Court or to have been convicted by it1 and for the transit of a person being surrendered by another state2. Such privileges and immunities derived from international law as may attach to persons under English law3 by reason of their connection with a state party to the Rome Statute pose no bar to proceedings in the
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