3 PROCEEDING AT THE REPARATIONS STAGE 4. On January 21, 2000, the President of the Court (hereinafter “the President”), in compliance with the judgment of September 29, 1999, decided: 1. To grant the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights until March 3, 2000, to submit a brief and any evidence it had. for the purpose of determining reparations and costs in the instant case. 2. To grant Gustavo Adolfo Cesti Hurtado, the victim in this case, or his legal representative, until March 3, 2000, to submit a brief and any evidence he had, for the purpose of determining reparations and costs in the instant case. 3. To instruct the Secretariat of the Court to remit all the briefs and evidence submitted to the State of Peru, once the period mentioned in the previous operative paragraphs has expired. 4. To grant the State of Peru a period of six weeks, from the date on which it receives the briefs and the evidence referred to in operative paragraphs 1 and 2, to submit its comments and any evidence it had, for the purpose of determining reparations and costs in the instant case. 5. To summon Gustavo Adolfo Cesti Hurtado, the victim in this case, or his legal representative, and also the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the State of Peru to a public hearing at a date that will be announced in due course, once the written stage of the proceeding has been completed. 5. On March 1, 2000, the Inter-American Commission submitted its brief on reparations and expenses 6. On March 2, 2000, Gustavo Adolfo Cesti Hurtado (hereinafter “Mr. Cesti” or “the victim”) submitted his brief and certain documentary evidence relating to reparations, in 14 annexes (infra 24). 7. On March 20, 2000, the President summoned Mr. Cesti or his legal representative, Peru and the Inter-American Commission to a public hearing on reparations, to be held at the seat of the Court on June 16 that year. 8. On April 7, 2000, the Secretariat of the Court (hereinafter “the Secretariat”) advised Mr. Cesti, the Inter-American Commission and the State that the Fortyeighth Regular Session of the Inter-American Court had been suspended, and that the public hearing on reparations programmed for that session (supra 7) would be convened again, in due course. 9. On April 13, 2000, the State requested the President to extend the period established for formulating its comments on the briefs on reparations submitted by the victim and the Inter-American Commission. The following day, on the instructions of the President, the Secretariat advised Peru that the period for submitting its brief had been extended until May 3, 2000.

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