Order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights* of August 6, 2008 Case of Ricardo Canese v. Paraguay (Monitoring Compliance with Judgment) HAVING SEEN: 1. The Judgment on the merits, reparations and costs (hereinafter, the "Judgment") delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter, the "Inter-American Court", the “Court” or the “Tribunal”) on August 31, 2004, in which it: ORDE[ED] Unanimously that: 5. [The] Judgment constitutes per se a form of reparation, in the terms of its paragraphs 205 and 211. 6. The State shall pay the sum of US$35,000.00 (thirty-five thousand United States dollars) or the equivalent in Paraguayan currency, to compensate the non-pecuniary damage caused to Ricardo Nicolás Canese Krivoshein, in the terms of paragraphs 206 and 207 of […] judgment 7. The State shall pay Ricardo Nicolás Canese Krivoshein the total amount of US$5,500.00 (five thousand five hundred United States dollars), for costs and expenses Of this total, the sum of US$1,500.00 (one thousand five hundred United States dollars) shall correspond to the expenses which Mr. Canese Krivoshein incurred before the InterAmerican Commission, and the amount of US$4,000.00 (four thousand United States dollars) to the costs and expenses that Mr. Canese Krivoshein must reimburse to his representatives for the expenditure they assumed in the international proceeding before the Inter-American System for the protection of human rights, in the terms of paragraphs 214, 215 and 217 of […] judgment 8. The State shall publish once in the Official Gazette and in another newspaper with national circulation the chapter on the proven facts in this Judgment, without the corresponding footnotes, and its operative paragraphs, in the terms of paragraph 209 of […] Judgment. 9. * The State shall comply with the measures of reparation and reimbursement of Judge Cecilia Medina Quiroga declined from hearing the instant case in accordance with Articles 19 of the Statute and 19 of the Court’s Rules of Procedure, and the Court accepted such self-disqualification. Therefore, Judge Medina Quiroga did not participate in the deliberation and signature of this Order.