ORDER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF SEPTEMBER 22, 2006 CASE OF LOAYZA-TAMAYO V. PERU MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT * HAVING SEEN: 1. The Judgment on the merits delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Court” or the “Inter-American Court”) in the instant case on September 17, 1997. 2. The Judgment on reparations delivered by the Court on November 27, 1998. 3. The Judgment on Interpretation delivered by the Inter-American Court in the instant case on June 3, 1999. 4. The Order of the Court of June 1, 2001 on compliance with judgment in the Cases of Castillo-Páez, Loayza-Tamayo, Castillo-Petruzzi et al,, Ivcher-Bronstein and the Constitutional Court, whereby the Court decided: 1. To take note of the compliance by the State of Peru with the judgments on competence of September 24, 1999, in the Constitutional Court and Ivcher Bronstein cases and of the progress made, up until the date that this order was issued, in compliance with the judgments delivered by the Court in the Castillo Páez, Loayza Tamayo, Castillo Petruzzi et al., Ivcher Bronstein and Constitutional Court cases. […] 5. The Order on compliance with judgment rendered by the Court on November 27, 2002, whereby it decided: 1. That the State ha[d] a duty to adopt all necessary measures to comply effective[ly] and promptly with the judgment on reparations of November 27, 1998, delivered by the Inter-American court of Human Rights in the case of Loayza-Tamayo, as established in Article 68(1) of the American Convention on Human Rights. […] * Judge Oliver Jackman did not take part in the deliberations on and signing of this Order as he advised the Court that, for reasons beyond his control, he would be unable to be present at the Seventysecond Regular Session of the Court.