Inter-American Court of Human Rights

Case of Castillo-Petruzzi et al. v. Peru

Order of November 17, 1999
(Compliance with Judgment)

HAVING SEEN:
1.
The May 30, 1999 Judgment of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
(hereinafter “the Court,” “the Inter-American Court” or “the Tribunal”) on the merits
of the Castillo Petruzzi et al. Case, in which the Court:
unanimously,
1.
[held] that, in the instant case, the State did not violate Article 20 of the
American Convention on Human Rights.
unanimously,
2.
[held] that the State violated Article 7(5) of the American Convention on
Human rights.
by seven votes to one,
3.
Rights.

[held] that the State violated Article 9 of the American Convention on Human

Judge Vidal Ramirez dissenting.
unanimously,
4.
[held] that the State violated Article 8(1) of the American Convention on
Human Rights.
unanimously,
5.
[held] that the State violated Article 8(2)(b), (c), (d) and (f)) of the American
Convention on Human Rights.
by seven votes to one,
6.
[held] that the State violated Article 8(2)(h) of the American Convention on
Human Rights.
Judge Vidal Ramirez dissenting.
unanimously,
7.
[held] that it was not proven in the instant case that the State violated Article
8(3) of the American Convention on Human Rights.

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