ORDER OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
OF MAY 18, 2010
CASE OF ESCUÉ ZAPATA V. COLOMBIA
MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT

HAVING SEEN:
1.
The Judgment on the merits, reparations and legal costs (hereinafter, the
"Judgment") delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter,
the "Court", "the Inter-American Court” or the “Tribunal”) on July 4, 2007, by
which the State was ordered to:
[…]
8.
[…] pay the amounts set in [the] Judgment as compensation for pecuniary
damages, non pecuniary damages, and reimbursement of costs and expenses within one
year as from notice of [the] Judgment, […].
9.
[…] conduct effectively the necessary criminal proceedings, still in process and
all future investigations so that those responsible for the facts of the instant case be
identified and punished as provided by law, […].
10.
[…] allocate the amount established in paragraph 168 of th[e] Judgment, within
one year as from notice of th[e] Judgment, to a fund named after Germán Escué Zapata,
so that the Community of Jambaló can invest it in works or services of collective interest
for their benefit […].
11.
[…] grant to Myriam Zapata Escué, as soon as practicable, a scholarship for
university studies, […]
12.
[…] provide, free of charge, the specialized medical, psychiatric and mental
appropriate treatment required by Mrs. Etelvina Zapata Escué, Myriam Zapata Escué,
Bertha Escué Coicue and Francya Doli Escué Zapata and Mr. Mario Pasu, Aldemar Escué
Zapata, Yonson Escué Zapata, Ayénder Escué Zapata, Omar Zapata and Albeiro Pasu
[…].
13.
[…] publish, within six months, as of notice of the Judgment, the pertinent parts
established in paragraph 174 of the [J]udgment.
14.
[…] organize a public act to acknowledge international responsibility for the
facts of this case, within one year as from notice of [the] Judgment […].

2.
The Judgment on the Interpretation of the Judgment, delivered by the
Court on May 5, 2008, by which it was decided:
1.
To declare admissible the request for interpretation of the Judgment on the
merits, reparations, and cost delivered on July 4, 2007.

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