Malaysia

On March 4 2019, Malaysia deposited the instrument of accession to the RE. On 5 April 2019, Prime Minister announced Malaysia’s withdrawal from the Rome Statute after the government fell prey to political confusion & criticism from the opposition parties.
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On March 4 2019, Foreign Minister, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah deposited the instrument of accession to the Rome Statute of the ICC, and stated that Malaysia wanted to join the ICC to “combat international crimes”, but that accession will be "subjected to Malaysia’s conditions." The signed document was deposited to the United Nations Secretary-General on the same day. On 5 April 2019, Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, announced Malaysia’s withdrawal from the Rome Statute after the government fell prey to political confusion and criticism from the opposition parties, Umno and Parti Islam SeMalaysia, and the crown prince of Johor, for its decision to accede the Rome Statute in March.

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Rome statute status: 
Neither signed nor ratified/acceded
Agreement on Privileges an Immunities of the ICC
Neither signed nor ratified/acceded
Crime of agression
Not ratified
Article 8
Not ratified