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6. 117 Supra note 89 and accompanying text. Implementing the Rome Statute in Europe 25 emphasized above,118 enforcement by the ICC is fully dependent on the cooperation of domestic authorities. Aware of the risks involved in this dependency, the drafters of the Rome Statute stipulated obligations of cooperation with the ICC which go considerably beyond those normally undertaken in treaties on extradition and judicial assistance in criminal matters. 119 Common limitations to inter-state extradition such as the requirement of double criminal liability, exceptions for political crimes and for nationals were waived with respect to surrender to the ICC.
Belgium), ICJ Reports (2002) 3. 45 It covers, inter alia, failure to report a crime; obstruction of justice; false reporting of a crime; perjury; refusing to testify as witness, expert or interpreter; false expertise and translation; corruptly inÁuencing or threatening the witness, expert or interpreter; unlawful criminal prosecution; unfair sentencing; asking for or receiving remuneration; threatening, opposing and battering and insulting a judge; acts opposing judicial decisions, and so on. See Arts 300-325, CC.
122 Cf. 1. Estonia relies both on existing provisions on judicial assistance and the Rome Statute, cf. 1. 1. 3. 119 26 Finnish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 125 As Russia is not obliged by international law to narrow its reasons for denying cooperation, this fact is remarkable. In the states parties which have adopted implementing legislation, the traditional obstacles have been generally reduced in order to bring domestic law into conformity with the obligations under the Rome Statute. 129 In Bulgaria and Estonia, far-reaching reasons like public order or other legally protected interests might be invoked.