Practice Relating to Rule 99. Deprivation of Liberty
Any person apprehended with the aim of being handed over in response to an arrest warrant [from the International Criminal Court (ICC)] must be referred to the Public Prosecutor with jurisdiction [over the matter] within twenty four hours. Within this time limit, the provisions of the present code are applicable [to the individual]. After having verified the identity of this person, the magistrate must inform him or her, in a language he or she understands, that he or she is being arrested in order to be surrendered [to the ICC] and that he or she will appear before the public prosecutor of the Court of Appeal.