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(hereinafter “the Commission”) and the representatives of the victims and their next
of kin (hereinafter “the representatives”) submitted in the period between March
1999 and November 2003 on the subject of compliance with the Judgments delivered
in this case.
4.

The Court’s Order of November 27, 2002, wherein it decided
1.
That the State ha[d] the obligation to take all necessary measures to comply
effectively and promptly with the judgment on reparations of August 27, 1998, delivered
by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the Case of Garrido and Baigorria,
pursuant to Article 68(1) of the American Convention on Human Rights.
2.
That the State [was to] present to the Court, by March 30, 2003, at the latest,
a detailed report on the measures taken to comply with the order of the Court in the
eighth considering paragraph of the […] Order on compliance.
3.
That the representatives of the victims and their next of kin and the InterAmerican Commission on Human Rights [were to] submit their comments on the State’s
report within two months of receiving it.
[…]

5.

The Court’s Order of November 27, 2003, wherein it declared the following:
1.
That the State ha[d] complied with the provisions of the first and second
operative paragraphs of the judgment on reparations delivered by this Court on August
27, 1998, as regards:
a)
Payment of the amounts corresponding to the reparations to the next
of kin of Adolfo Garrido and Raúl Baigorria, with the exception of the
compensation corresponding to the natural children of Raúl Baigorria, as
mentioned in the twelfth considering paragraph of [the] Order; and
b)
Reimbursement of the costs in favor of the said next of kin of Messrs.
Garrido and Baigorria and the fees in favor of the lawyers, Carlos Varela Álvarez
y Diego Lavado, as mentioned in the eleventh considering paragraph of [the]
Order.
2.
That it [would] keep the procedure on monitoring compliance open with regard
to the following elements that [were] pending compliance:
a)
The tracing of the natural children of Raúl Baigorria and deposit of the
compensation that correspond[ed] to them for reparations, as mentioned in the
eighth, ninth and tenth considering paragraphs of [the] Order; and
b)
Investigation of the facts that led to the disappearance of Adolfo
Garrido and Raúl Baigorria and punishment of those responsible, as mentioned
in the thirteenth to sixteenth considering paragraphs of [the] Order.
and decided:
3.
To urge the State to adopt all necessary measures to comply promptly with the
reparations ordered in the judgment of August 27, 1998, which [were] pending
compliance, pursuant to Article 68(1) of the American Convention on Human Rights.
4.
To call upon the State to present a detailed report indicating all the measures
adopted to comply with the reparations ordered by this Court and that [were] pending
compliance, as indicated in the second operative paragraph of [the] Order, by April 1,
2004, at the latest.
5.
To call upon the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to submit its
comments on the State’s report within two months of receiving it. Likewise, Diego
Lavado and Carlos Varela Álvarez [could] transmit their comments on the State’s report
through the Commission, if they consider[ed] this pertinent.
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