Order of the Inter-American Court of
Human Rights
of September 1, 2010∗
Monitoring Compliance with Judgment
Request for the Adoption of Provisional Measures
Case of De La Cruz Flores V. Peru

Having seen:
A)

Monitoring Compliance with the Judgment

1.
The Judgment of merits, reparations and costs (hereinafter “the Judgment”)
issued in the present case by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter
“the Court,” “the Inter-American Court” or “the Tribunal”) on November 18, 2004, in
which it established, inter alia, that the State shall:
1.
[…]observe the right to freedom from ex post facto laws embodied in Article 9 of the
American Convention and the requirements of due process in the new trial of María Teresa De
La Cruz Flores, in the terms of paragraph 118 of the […] Judgment[;]
[…]
3.
[…] pay the amounts established in paragraphs 152 to 154 of the […] Judgment to
María Teresa De La Cruz Flores, Alcira Domitila Flores Rosas widow of De La Cruz and Alcira
Isabel De La Cruz Flores for pecuniary damage, in the terms of those paragraphs[;]
4.
[…] pay the amounts established in paragraphs 161 and 163 of the […] Judgment to
María Teresa De La Cruz Flores, Alcira Domitila Flores Rosas widow of De La Cruz, Alcira Isabel
De La Cruz Flores, Celso Fernando De La Cruz Flores, Jorge Alfonso De La Cruz Flores, Ana
Teresa Blanco De La Cruz and Danilo Alfredo Blanco De La Cruz for non-pecuniary damage, in
the terms of those paragraphs[;]
5.
[…] provide medical and psychological treatment to the victim through the State’s
health services, including the provision of free medication, in the terms of paragraph 168 of
the […] Judgment[;]
6.
[…] reincorporate María Teresa De La Cruz Flores into the activities that she had been
performing as a medical professional in public institutions at the time of her detention, in the
terms of paragraph 169 of the […] Judgment[;]
7.
[…] provide María Teresa De La Cruz Flores with a grant that allows her to receive
professional training and updating, in the terms of paragraph 170 of the […] Judgment[;]
8.
[…] re-enter María Teresa De La Cruz Flores on the respective retirement registry, in
the terms of paragraph 171 of the […] Judgment[;]

9.
[…] publish in the official gazette and in another daily newspaper with national
circulation the section entitled “Proven Facts” and operative paragraphs 1-3 of the declaratory
part of the […] Judgment, in the terms of paragraph 173 of the […] Judgment[;]
∗
Judge Diego García-Sayán, of Peruvian nationality, excused himself from hearing the monitoring of
compliance of the present case, according to Articles 19(2) of the Statute and 19 of the Rules of Procedure of
the Court.

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