ORDER OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF JULY 20, 2010 CASE OF VARGAS ARECO V. PARAGUAY MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT HAVING SEEN: 1. The Judgment on merits, reparations, and costs (hereinafter “the Order”) delivered on September 26, 2006, by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Court” or the “Inter-American Court”). 2. The Order of the Court of October 30, 2008, whereby, inter alia, it declared: […] 2. To keep the procedure open to monitor compliance with the outstanding points in this case, namely: a) To undertake, in full observance of judicial guarantees and within a reasonable time, all actions necessary to identify, prosecute and punish all those responsible for violations committed in this case (operative paragraph nine of the Judgment), b) To make a public apology and acknowledge the international responsibility, regarding the violations set forth in the Judgment, in the community where the family of Gerardo Vargas Areco lives, in the presence of this family and State civil and military authorities. As part of said act, a plaque shall be installed in memory of the child Vargas Areco (operative paragraph ten of the Judgment), c) To provide medical, Belén Areco, Pedro Vargas, Mary Magdalene, Sebastian surname—, if required, and Judgment), psychological and psychiatric care, as appropriate, to De and John, Mary Elizabeth, Patrick, Daniel, Doralicia, Mario, and Jorge Ramon —all of whom have Vargas Areco as their for as long as necessary (operative paragraph eleven of the d) To implement training programs and courses on human rights for all members of the Paraguayan Armed Forces (operative paragraph twelve of the Judgment), e) To publish in a nationally circulated newspaper, on just one occasion, the chapter on the proven facts of the Judgment, without corresponding footnotes, and the operative paragraphs of the Judgment (operative paragraph thirteen of the Judgment), f) To adapt domestic legislation on voluntary recruitment of children under 18 years in the armed forces of Paraguay, in accordance with the relevant international standards (operative paragraph fourteen of the Judgment); and, g) To pay moratorium interest for the compensation awarded as pecuniary and nonpecuniary damages, as well as reimbursing costs and expenses (operative paragraphs fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth of the Judgment).