ORDER OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
OF JULY 1, 2011
CASE OF LOAYZA TAMAYO v. PERU
MONITORING OF COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT

HAVING SEEN:
1.
The Judgments on the merits, reparations, and costs, and the interpretation of the
latter rendered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Court” or
“the Inter-American Court,” or “the Tribunal”) on September 17, 1997, November 27, 1998,
and June 3, 1999, respectively.
2.
The Orders of Monitoring of Compliance with Judgment on reparations and costs
(hereinafter “the Judgment”) rendered by the Court on November 17, 1999, June 1, 2001,
November 27, 2002, November 27, 2003, March 3, 2005, September 22, 2006, December
13, 2007, and February 6, 2008. In the last Order, the Court declared, inter alia:
1. That it will keep open the proceeding for monitoring compliance with the still-pending items in the
instant case, namely:
a) The reinstatement of María Elena Loayza-Tamayo in the teaching sector in public institutions, on
the understanding that the amount of her salary and other benefits is to be equal to the
remuneration she was receiving for these activities in the public and private sector at the time of
her detention (Operative paragraph 1 of the judgment on reparations, November 27, 1988);
b) The guaranteeing of her full retirement benefits, including those owed for the period transpired
since the time of her detention (Operative paragraph 2 of the judgment on reparations, November
27, 1998);
c) The adoption of all domestic legal measures necessary to ensure that no adverse decision
delivered in proceedings against Loayza-Tamayo in the civil courts has any effect whatsoever
(Operative paragraph 3 of the judgment on reparations, November 27, 1998);
d) The adoption of the internal legal measures necessary to adapt Decree-Laws 25,475 (Crime of
Terrorism) and 25,659 (Crime of Treason) to conform to the American Convention (Operative
paragraph 5 of the judgment on reparations, November 27, 1998), and
e) The investigation of the facts of the instant case, identifying and punishing those responsible for
those acts, and the adoption of all necessary domestic legal measures to ensure that this obligation
is discharged (Operative paragraph 6 of the judgment on reparations, November 27, 1998).

3.
The briefs of the Republic of Peru (hereinafter “the State,” “the State of Peru,” or
“Peru”) of April 30, 2008, June 29, 2009, March 29, May 7, June 22, and July 27, 2010, and

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