ICC - Rome Statute amendment proposals

ASP Information - updated at
Review Conference  


   Report of the Working Group on other amendments  
     RC/11, annex IV  
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– The possible deletion of article 124 of the Statute,
which allows a new State Party to opt for excluding from the Court’s jurisdiction war crimes allegedly committed by its nationals or on its territory for a period of seven years;


– The definition of the crime of aggression, 
the conditions for the exercise of jurisdiction by the Court, as well as draft elements of the crime;

     ICC-ASP/8/Res.6/Anx.II -


- Amendment to article 8 of the Rome Statute,
  Add to article 8, paragraph 2, e), the following: 

 “xiii) Employing poison or poisoned weapons;
  xiv) Employing asphyxiating, poisonous or other gases, and all analogous
         liquids, materials or devices;
  xv) Employing bullets which expand or flatten easily in the human body,
        such as bullets with a hard envelope which does not entirely cover
        the core or is pierced with incisions.”

        Elements of crimes to the proposed amendment
      ICC-ASP/8/Res.9/Anx.VIII -