ORDER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS1 OF JUNE 1, 2001 THE CASTILLO PÁEZ, LOAYZA TAMAYO, CASTILLO PETRUZZI ET AL., IVCHER BRONSTEIN AND CONSTITUTIONAL COURT CASES COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT HAVING SEEN: 1. The decisions of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Court” or “the Inter-American Court”) in the judgment on reparations of November 27, 1998, in the Castillo Páez case. 2. The decisions of the Court in the judgment on reparations of November 27, 1998, in the Loayza Tamayo case. 3. The decisions of the Court in the judgment of May 30, 1999, in the Castillo Petruzzi et al. case. 4. The note of July 16, 1999, received by the Secretariat of the Court on July 27, 1999, in which the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (OAS) advised that, on July 9, 1999, the State of Peru (hereinafter “the State” or “Peru”) had presented an instrument in which it communicated the “withdrawal” of its declaration consenting to the optional clause concerning recognition of the contentious jurisdiction of the Court. It also remitted a copy of the original of this instrument, dated July 8, 1999, in Lima. In this document, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Peru indicated that the Congress of the Republic, in Legislative Resolution No. 27,152 of the same date, had adopted the “withdrawal”, as follows: [... ] that, pursuant to the American Convention on Human Rights, the Republic of Peru is withdrawing the declaration consenting to the optional clause concerning recognition of the contentious jurisdiction of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, which the Government of Peru had made at one time. The withdrawal of the recognition of the contentious jurisdiction of the Inter-American Court shall take immediate effect and shall apply to all cases in which Peru has not answered the application filed with the Court. 1 Judge Máximo Pacheco Gómez informed the Court that, owing to circumstances beyond his control, he was unable to attend the Fifty-first Regular Session of the Court; therefore, he did not take part in the deliberation and signature of this Order.