REPORT No. 25/171
PETITION P-86-12
REPORT ON ADMISSIBILITY
BRISA LILIANA DE ANGULO
BOLIVIA
MARCH 18, 2017

I.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE PETITION
Child and Family Advocacy Clinic; Hughes Hubbard
& Reed LLP; Equality Now; Oficina Jurídica para la
Mujer and Maria Leonor Oviedo Bellott2
Brisa Liliana de Angulo Losada
Bolivia
Articles 5 (Right to Personal Integrity), 8 (Right to A
Fair Trial), 11 (Right to Privacy), 19 (Rights of the
Child), 24 (Right to Equal Protection) and 25 (Right
to Judicial Protection) of the American Convention
on Human Rights; 3 and Article 7 of the InterAmerican Convention on the Prevention,
Punishment and Eradication of Violence Against
Women4

Petitioning party:
Alleged victim:
State denounced:

Rights invoked:

II.

PROCEDURE BEFORE THE IACHR5

Date on which the petition was received:
Date on which the petition was transmitted to
the State:
Date of the State’s first response:
Additional observations from the petitioning party:
Additional observations from the State:
III.

January 18, 2012
November 18, 2013
March 7, 2014
July 2, 2014
October 18, 2014

COMPETENCE
Competence Ratione personae:
Competence Ratione loci:
Competence Ratione temporis:

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes; American Convention (the instrument of
ratification was deposited on July 19, 1979); and
Belém do Pará Convention (the instrument of
ratification was deposited on December 5, 1994)

Competence Ratione materiae:

1

Commissioner James L. Cavallaro, a citizen of the United States, considered that, based on Article 17(3) of the Rules of
Procedure of the IACHR, he should abstain from participating in the deliberation and decision on this matter.
2 This petition was initially lodged also by the International Human Rights Law Clinic, American University Washington College
of Law; however, on May 8, 2015 the alleged victim informed the IACHR that it would no longer continue as a petitioner.
3

Hereinafter “the American Convention” or “the Convention.”

4

Hereinafter “Belém do Pará Convention.”

5

The observations presented by each party were duly transmitted to the opposing party.
1

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