Norma relacionada
Uganda
Practice Relating to Rule 161. International Cooperation in Criminal Proceedings
Section B. Extradition
Uganda’s ICC Act (2010) states:
27. Refusal of request for arrest and surrender.
(2) The Minister may refuse a request for arrest and surrender of a person, at any time before the surrender of the person only if-
(a) there is a competing request for extradition from one or more States not party to the Statute for the person for the same conduct which forms the basis of the crime for which the ICC seeks the person’s surrender and a decision to extradite to a State is made in accordance with article 90 of the Statute and section 41; or
(b) there is a competing request from one or more States not party to the Statute for the extradition of the person for different conduct from that which constitutes the crime for which the ICC requests the person’s surrender and a decision to extradite is made in accordance with article 90 of the Statute and section 41.
41. Competing requests.
(1) Where a request for surrender of a person is received from the ICC and one or more states also request the extradition of the person for the same conduct that forms the basis of the crime for which [the] ICC seeks a person’s surrender, the Minister-
(a) shall notify the ICC and the requesting state of that fact; and
(b) shall determine whether the person is to be surrendered to the ICC or to the requesting state. 
Uganda, ICC Act, 2010, § 27(2) and 41(1).