INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES) ORDINANCE
L.N. 83 of 2000
Provisions of international agreements to have the force of law
The Chief Executive in Council may-
(a) by order in the Gazette, declare that the provisions of an international agreement relating to the status, privileges and immunities of an international organization and of persons connected with such organization, and which are specified in the order, shall have the force of law in Hong Kong; and
(b) in such order make such provisions as the Chief Executive in Council may consider necessary for carrying into effect the provisions of any such agreement in connection with such privileges and immunities.