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Rome Statute   Has not signed the Rome Statute. On July 24th, 2006 the Nepalese Parliament unanimously issued a commitment resolution directing the government to ratify the Rome Statute. During a mission to the country in mid 2006, the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, and House Speaker expressed to the CICC that accession to the Rome Statute would take place shortly. In 2007, a joint mission comprised by PGA, AI, the CICC secretariat and national groups called on the government to move forward with accession. On February 11, 2009, the Minister of Foreign Affairs tabled for Cabinet an agenda item for ratification of the Rome Statute. Cabinet, however, decided that they would discuss it a later stage. In April 2010 the Office of the Prime Minister held a discussion on accession to the Rome Statute.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities Nepal has not acceded to the Agreement on Privileges and Immunities.
Bilateral Immunity Agreement Yes. Signed December 31, 2002.
Implementing Legislation Not addressing the issue at the time.
Membership SAARC
NGO Letters, Papers, Reports, and Statements
Authorascending Date and Title
CICC
Aug 2012
Letter to Nepalese Officials
CICC
01 Aug 2006
Other Related Actions to Support the Campaign: Nepal
CICC
01 Aug 2006
Letter sent by the CICC to H.E. Mr. Girija Prasad Koirala, Prime Minister of Nepal
CICC
04 Feb 2015
Letter to the prime minister of Nepal
FOHRID
12 Oct 2010
Brief report of Interaction program on Importance of accession to the Rome Statute of ICC by Nepal
FOHRID
21 Jan 2011
Supreme Court of Nepal descending towards full-spectrum impunity instead of justice
FOHRID
23 Nov 2010
Need of accession to the Rome Statute of ICC by Nepal