Coalition for the International Criminal Court
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Rome Statute   Mongolia signed on 29 December 2000 and 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.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities Mongolia signed the Agreement on Privileges and Immunities on 4 February 2003.
Bilateral Immunity Agreement Reportedly signed an agreement with the United States.
Implementing Legislation An inter-ministerial committee was formed since 2004 to work on the draft ICC Bill, but the process was stalled over a significant period of time. In November, 2006, the Parliament of Mongolia formed a new working committee tasked with preparing the draft amendments to the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code of Mongolia. In January 2007, the Mongolian National Legal Center (Government agency under the Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs) organized a workshop on the results of comparative research of Mongolian legislation and all international criminal law treaties to which Mongolia is a party. Later that year, the Mongolian coalition for the ICC prepared a draft for amendments for implementing the Rome Statute in the Criminal Code of Mongolia (2002) and Criminal Procedure Code of Mongolia (2002) along with researchers. The coalition subsequently organized some meetings with Parliament members, with the objective of ensuring that the draft amendments were introduced and that there was effective follow up. Some MPs agreed and promised to support the implementation process, however, given upcoming parliamentary elections at the end of June 2008, it is unlikely that the Parliament will revise either of these codes before that time.
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