ROME STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
PART 12. FINANCING
Except as otherwise specifically provided, all financial matters related
to the Court and the meetings of the Assembly of States Parties, including
its Bureau and subsidiary bodies, shall be governed by this Statute and
the Financial Regulations and Rules adopted by the Assembly of States Parties.
Payment of expenses
Expenses of the Court and the Assembly of States Parties, including its
Bureau and subsidiary bodies, shall be paid from the funds of the Court.
Funds of the Court and of the Assembly of States
The expenses of the Court and the Assembly of States Parties, including
its Bureau and subsidiary bodies, as provided for in the budget decided
by the Assembly of States Parties, shall be provided by the following sources:
(a) Assessed contributions made
by States Parties;
(b) Funds provided by the United
Nations, subject to the approval of the General Assembly, in particular
in relation to the expenses incurred due to referrals by the Security Council.
Without prejudice to article 115, the Court may receive and utilize, as
additional funds, voluntary contributions from Governments, international
organizations, individuals, corporations and other entities, in accordance
with relevant criteria adopted by the Assembly of States Parties.
Assessment of contributions
The contributions of States Parties shall be assessed in accordance with
an agreed scale of assessment, based on the scale adopted by the United
Nations for its regular budget and adjusted in accordance with the principles
on which that scale is based.
The records, books and accounts of the Court, including its annual financial
statements, shall be audited annually by an independent auditor.
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