States Parties To The Rome Statute of The International Criminal Court - States Parties

States Parties

The Rome Conference was attended by representatives from 161 member states (along with observers from various other organizations, intergovernmental organizations and agencies, and non-governmental organizations including many human rights groups). As of 1 May 2013, 122 states have ratified or acceded to the Rome Statute. The states parties are shown in alphabetical order according to their official name within the Assembly of States Parties.

State party Signed Ratified or acceded Entry into force Amend. 1 Amend. 2
Afghanistan 2003-02-10 !10 February 2003 2003-05-01 !1 May 2003
Albania 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2003-01-31 !31 January 2003 2003-05-01 !1 May 2003
Andorra 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2001-04-30 !30 April 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Antigua and Barbuda 1998-10-23 !23 October 1998 2001-06-18 !18 June 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Argentina 1999-01-08 !8 January 1999 2001-02-08 !8 February 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Australia 1998-12-09 !9 December 1998 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
Austria 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2000-12-28 !28 December 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Bangladesh 1999-09-16 !16 September 1999 2010-03-23 !23 March 2010 2010-06-01 !1 June 2010
Barbados 2000-09-08 !8 September 2000 2002-12-10 !10 December 2002 2003-03-01 !1 March 2003
Belgium 1998-09-10 !10 September 1998 2000-06-28 !28 June 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Belize 2000-04-05 !5 April 2000 2000-04-05 !5 April 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Benin 1999-09-24 !24 September 1999 2002-01-22 !22 January 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Bolivia 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2002-06-27 !27 June 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Botswana 2000-09-08 !8 September 2000 2000-09-08 !8 September 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Brazil 2000-02-07 !7 February 2000 2002-06-20 !20 June 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
Bulgaria 1999-02-11 !11 February 1999 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Burkina Faso 1998-11-30 !30 November 1998 2004-04-16 !16 April 2004 2004-07-01 !1 July 2004
Burundi 1999-01-13 !13 January 1999 2004-09-21 !21 September 2004 2004-12-01 !1 December 2004
Cambodia 2000-10-23 !23 October 2000 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Canada 1998-12-18 !18 December 1998 2000-07-07 !7 July 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Cape Verde 2000-12-28 !28 December 2000 2011-10-10 !10 October 2011 2012-01-01 !1 January 2012
Central African Republic 1999-12-07 !12 December 1999 2001-10-03 !3 October 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Chad 1999-10-20 !20 October 1999 2006-11-01 !1 November 2006 2007-01-01 !1 January 2007
Chile 1998-09-11 !11 September 1998 2009-06-29 !29 June 2009 2009-09-01 !1 September 2009
Colombia 1998-12-10 !10 December 1998 2002-08-05 !5 August 2002 2002-11-01 !1 November 2002
Comoros 2000-09-22 !22 September 2000 2006-08-18 !18 August 2006 2006-11-01 !1 November 2006
Congo 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2004-05-03 !3 May 2004 2004-08-01 !1 August 2004
Cook Islands 2008-07-18 !18 July 2008 2008-10-01 !1 October 2008
Costa Rica 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2001-06-07 !7 June 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Côte d'Ivoire 1998-11-30 !30 November 1998 2013-02-15 !15 February 2013 2013-05-01 !1 May 2013
Croatia 1998-10-12 !12 October 1998 2001-05-21 !21 May 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Cyprus 1998-10-15 !15 October 1998 2002-03-07 !7 March 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Czech Republic 1999-04-13 !13 April 1999 2009-07-21 !21 July 2009 2009-10-01 !1 October 2009
Democratic Republic of the Congo 2000-09-08 !8 September 2000 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Denmark 1998-09-25 !25 September 1998 2001-06-21 !21 June 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Djibouti 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2002-11-05 !5 November 2002 2003-02-01 !1 February 2003
Dominica 2001-02-12 !12 February 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Dominican Republic 2000-09-08 !8 September 2000 2005-05-12 !12 May 2005 2005-08-01 !1 August 2005
Ecuador 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2002-02-05 !5 February 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Estonia 1999-12-27 !27 December 1999 2002-01-30 !30 January 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002 Ratified Ratified
Fiji 1999-11-29 !29 November 1999 1999-11-29 !29 November 1999 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Finland 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2000-12-29 !29 December 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
France 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2000-06-09 !9 June 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Gabon 1998-12-22 !22 December 1998 2000-09-20 !20 September 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Gambia 1998-12-04 !4 December 1998 2002-06-28 !28 June 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
Georgia 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2003-09-05 !5 September 2003 2003-12-01 !1 December 2003
Germany 1998-12-10 !10 December 1998 2000-12-11 !11 December 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Ghana 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 1999-12-20 !20 December 1999 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Greece 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2002-05-15 !15 May 2002 2002-08-01 !1 August 2002
Grenada 2011-05-19 !19 May 2011 2011-08-01 !1 August 2011
Guatemala 2012-04-02 !2 April 2012 2012-07-01 !1 July 2012
Guinea 2000-09-07 !7 September 2000 2003-07-14 !14 July 2003 2003-10-01 !1 October 2003
Guyana 2000-12-28 !28 December 2000 2004-09-24 !24 September 2004 2004-12-01 !1 December 2004
Honduras 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
Hungary 1999-01-15 !15 January 1999 2001-11-30 !30 November 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Iceland 1998-08-26 !26 August 1998 2000-05-25 !25 May 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Ireland 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Italy 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 1999-07-26 !26 July 1999 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Japan 2007-07-17 !17 July 2007 2007-10-01 !1 October 2007
Jordan 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Kenya 1999-08-11 !11 August 1999 2005-03-15 !15 March 2005 2005-06-01 !1 June 2005
Latvia 1999-04-22 !22 April 1999 2002-06-28 !28 June 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
Lesotho 1998-11-30 !30 November 1998 2000-09-06 !6 September 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Liberia 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2004-09-22 !22 September 2004 2004-12-01 !1 December 2004
Liechtenstein 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2001-10-02 !2 October 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002 In force In force
Lithuania 1998-12-10 !10 December 1998 2003-05-12 !12 May 2003 2003-08-01 !1 August 2003
Luxembourg 1998-10-13 !13 October 1998 2000-09-08 !8 September 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002 Ratified Ratified
Madagascar 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2008-03-14 !14 March 2008 2008-06-01 !1 June 2008
Malawi 1999-03-02 !2 March 1999 2002-09-19 !19 September 2002 2002-12-01 !1 December 2002
Maldives 2011-09-22 !21 September 2011 2011-12-01 !1 December 2011
Mali 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2000-08-16 !16 August 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Malta 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2002-11-29 !29 November 2002 2003-02-01 !1 February 2003
Marshall Islands 2000-09-06 !6 September 2000 2000-12-07 !7 December 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Mauritius 1998-11-11 !11 November 1998 2002-03-05 !5 March 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Mexico 2000-09-07 !7 September 2000 2005-10-28 !28 October 2005 2006-01-01 !1 January 2006
Mongolia 2000-12-29 !29 December 2000 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Montenegro 2006-10-23 !23 October 2006 2006-06-03 !3 June 2006
Namibia 1998-10-27 !27 October 1998 2002-06-25 !25 June 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
Nauru 2000-12-13 !13 December 2000 2001-11-12 !12 November 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Netherlands 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2001-07-17 !17 July 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
New Zealand 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2000-09-07 !7 September 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Niger 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Nigeria 2000-06-01 !1 June 2000 2001-09-27 !27 September 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Norway 1998-08-28 !28 August 1998 2000-02-16 !16 February 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Panama 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2002-03-21 !21 March 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Paraguay 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2001-05-14 !14 May 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Peru 2000-12-07 !7 December 2000 2001-11-10 !10 November 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Philippines 2000-12-28 !28 December 2000 2011-08-30 !30 August 2011 2011-11-01 !1 November 2011
Poland 1999-04-09 !9 April 1999 2001-11-12 !12 November 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Portugal 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2002-02-05 !5 February 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Republic of Korea 2000-03-08 !8 March 2000 2002-11-13 !13 November 2002 2003-02-01 !1 February 2003
Republic of Moldova 2000-09-08 !8 September 2000 2010-10-12 !12 October 2010 2011-01-01 !1 January 2011
Romania 1999-07-07 !7 July 1999 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Saint Kitts and Nevis 2006-08-22 !22 August 2006 2006-11-01 !1 November 2006
Saint Lucia 1999-08-27 !27 August 1999 2010-08-18 !18 August 2010 2010-11-01 !1 November 2010
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2002-12-03 !3 December 2002 2003-03-01 !1 March 2003
Samoa 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2002-09-16 !16 September 2002 2002-12-01 !1 December 2002 Ratified Ratified
San Marino 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 1999-05-13 !13 May 1999 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002 In force
Senegal 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 1999-02-02 !2 February 1999 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Serbia 2000-12-19 !19 December 2000 2001-09-06 !6 September 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Seychelles 2000-12-28 !28 December 2000 2010-08-10 !10 August 2010 2010-11-01 !1 November 2010
Sierra Leone 1998-10-17 !17 October 1998 2000-09-15 !15 September 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Slovakia 1998-12-23 !23 December 1998 2002-04-11 !11 April 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Slovenia 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2001-12-31 !31 December 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
South Africa 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2000-11-27 !27 November 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Spain 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2000-10-24 !24 October 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Suriname 2008-07-15 !15 July 2008 2008-10-01 !1 October 2008
Sweden 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2001-06-28 !28 June 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Switzerland 1998-07-18 !18 July 1998 2001-10-12 !12 October 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Tajikistan 1998-11-30 !30 November 1998 2000-05-05 !5 May 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 1998-10-07 !7 October 1998 2002-03-06 !6 March 2002 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Timor-Leste 2002-09-06 !6 September 2002 2002-12-01 !1 December 2002
Trinidad and Tobago 1999-03-23 !23 March 1999 1999-04-06 !6 April 1999 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002 Ratified Ratified
Tunisia 2011-06-24 !24 June 2011 2011-09-01 !1 September 2011
Uganda 1999-03-17 !17 March 1999 2002-06-14 !14 June 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
United Kingdom 1998-11-30 !30 November 1998 2001-10-04 !4 October 2001 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
United Republic of Tanzania 2000-12-29 !29 December 2000 2002-08-20 !20 August 2002 2002-11-01 !1 November 2002
Uruguay 2000-12-19 !19 December 2000 2002-06-28 !28 June 2002 2002-09-01 !1 September 2002
Vanuatu 2011-12-02 !2 December 2011 2012-02-01 !1 February 2012
Venezuela 1998-10-14 !14 October 1998 2000-06-07 !7 June 2000 2002-07-01 !1 July 2002
Zambia 1998-07-17 !17 July 1998 2002-11-13 !13 November 2002 2003-02-01 !1 February 2003

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