The proposal that would allow Putin’s arrest in Hungary is before Parliament

According to DK, the government must act immediately so that we can fulfill our international obligations.

On the measures necessary for the promulgation of the Statute of the International Criminal Court adopted by the Diplomatic Conference of the United Nations in Rome on 17 July 1998 and the Kampala Amendment to Article 8 of the Statute with title submitted the Democratic Coalition resolution proposal.

According to the essence of the motion titled “Tágyosos”, the Orbán government should immediately submit the draft law, an amendment to the Basic Law, which would make it possible Vladimir Putin his arrest if he comes to Hungary.

The justification of the proposal also makes this clear, reminding that the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant against the Russian president due to his alleged responsibility for war crimes. However, according to the Hungarian legal system, Putin cannot be arrested in Hungary at the moment, because Hungary has accepted, signed and ratified the ICC Statute, but has not announced it, and it has not been published in the Hungarian Gazette so far.

To bring the criminal Russian regime leader and henchmen to justice

by submitting the resolution proposal, the DK calls on the government to immediately, without any delay, submit to the Parliament the draft law on ratification and the related amendment to the Basic Law.

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By the way, the Parliament has already adopted one decision on the ratification of the Statute of the International Criminal Court, which was published in in the Hungarian Gazette back in November 2001, but it was not transposed into the Hungarian legal system, and there is no promulgated Hungarian law on issues related to the jurisdiction and powers of the ICC.

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