Reform Constitutional Authorizing The State Of Chile To Recognize The Statute Of Rome, Which Created The International Criminal Court

Original Language Title: REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL QUE AUTORIZA AL ESTADO DE CHILE PARA RECONOCER EL ESTATUTO DE ROMA, QUE CREA LA CORTE PENAL INTERNACIONAL

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Sole article.-introduce the following transitional provision VIGESIMOCUARTA, new, in the Constitution politics: "VIGESIMOCUARTA. The State of Chile may recognize the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court in the terms provided for in the Treaty of Rome, 17 July 1998, approved by the United Nations Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the establishment of the Court.
When such recognition, Chile reaffirms its preferential right to exercise its criminal jurisdiction in relation to the jurisdiction of the Court. The latter will be subsidiary of the first, in the terms provided in the Rome Statute which created the International Criminal Court.
Cooperation and assistance between the competent national authorities and the International Criminal Court, as well as judicial and administrative procedures that any, are subject to the Chilean law.
The jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, in the terms laid down in its Statute, may only be exercised for the crimes of their competition whose principle of execution is subsequent to the entry into force in Chile of the Rome Statute. "."