Indonesia: Fact sheet: Indonesia and the International Criminal Court
In this fact sheet Amnesty International urges the government of Indonesia to proceed with implementing its decision to ratify the Rome Statute in 2008, or, if possible, sooner. Before, or at the same time as ratifying, Amnesty International hopes that the government will adopt legislation implementing the Rome Statute, guaranteeing the ability of national courts to prosecute the crimes and ensuring Indonesia's full cooperation with the International Criminal Court.
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