1. The witness who intentionally fails to tell the truth in his testimony before the International Criminal Court, being obliged to tell the truth in accordance with the statutory norms and rules of procedure and evidence of said Court, will be punished with imprisonment from six months to two years. If he false testimony went against the accused, the penalty will be imprisonment of two to four years. If a conviction is issued as a result of the testimony, a prison sentence of four to five years will be imposed.
2. Anyone who presents evidence before the International Criminal Court knowing that it is false or has been falsified will be punished with the penalties indicated in the previous section of this article.
3. Anyone who intentionally destroys or alters evidence, or interferes with evidentiary proceedings before the International Criminal Court, will be punished with a prison sentence of six months to two years and a fine of seven to 12 months.
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4. Anyone who corrupts a witness, obstructs his appearance or testimony before the International Criminal Court or interferes with them will be punished with a prison sentence of one to four years and a fine of six to 24 months.
5. Anyone who hinders, corrupts or intimidates an official of the Court, to force or induce him not to fulfill his duties or to do so improperly, will be punished with imprisonment of one to four years and a fine of six to 24 months. .
6. Anyone who retaliates against an official of the International Criminal Court due to functions performed by him or another official will be punished with a prison sentence of one to four years and a fine of six to 24 months.
The same penalty will be incurred by anyone who retaliates against a witness for his or her statement before the Court.
7. Anyone who requests or accepts a bribe as an official of the Court and in relation to his or her official duties will incur a prison sentence of two to five years and a fine of one to three times the value of the gift requested or accepted.
art 471 bis cp