ORDER OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS*
OF JUNE 20, 2012
CASE OF BAYARRI v. ARGENTINA
MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT

HAVING SEEN:
1.
The Judgment on Preliminary Objection, Merits, Reparations and Costs
(hereinafter “the Judgment”) delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human
Rights (hereinafter “the Court” or “the Inter-American Court”) on October 30, 2008,
in this case.
2.
The Order of November 22, 2010, issued by the Court, in which, inter alia, it
declared that:
[...]
2.
[...] the State has complied partially with the following operative paragraphs of the
Judgment:
a)
To provide, free of charge, immediately and for the time necessary, the
medical treatment required by Juan Carlos Bayarri (Operative Paragraph 9 of the
Judgment), and
b)
To ensure the immediate removal of the name of Juan Carlos Bayarri from all
public records in which he appears with a criminal record (Operative Paragraph 12 of
the Judgment).
3.

[...] the following operative paragraphs of the Judgment remain pending compliance:
a)
To conclude the criminal proceedings opened regarding the facts that gave
rise to the violations in this case, and to decide them in accordance with the law
(Operative Paragraph 10 of the Judgment), and
b)
To incorporate, insofar as it has not yet done so, members of the security
forces, the investigation agencies and the organs of the administration of justice into
the training and dissemination activities on the prevention of torture and cruel,
inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (Operative Paragraph 13 of the
Judgment).

4.
It will keep open the proceeding of monitoring compliance with regard to the pending
aspects indicated in Declarative paragraphs 2 and 3.

3.
The brief of April 6, 2011, in which the Republic of Argentina (hereinafter
“the State” or “Argentina”) provided information on the status of compliance with
the Judgment delivered in this case (supra Having Seen paragraph 1).
4.
The brief of May 31, 2011, in which the representatives presented their
observations on the report forwarded by the State (supra Having Seen paragraph
3).
*

Judge Leonardo Franco, an Argentine national, recused himself from hearing the proceeding for
monitoring compliance in this case, in accordance with Articles 19 of the Court’s Statute and 21 of its
Rules of Procedure, approved at its Eighty-fifth Regular Session held from November 16 to 28, 2009,
and the Court accepted his recusal.

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