ORDER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS* OF OCTOBER 10, 2011** CASE OF THE YEAN AND BOSICO GIRLS V. THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MONITORING OF COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT HAVING SEEN: 1. The Judgment of preliminary objections, merits, reparations, and costs (hereinafter “the Judgment”), issued in this case by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Inter-American Court,” “the Court,” or “the Tribunal”) on September 8, 2005. 2. The Order on Monitoring of Compliance with Judgment issued by the Inter-American Court on November 28, 2007, wherein it declared: 1. That the State has fully complied with the payments ordered as compensation for nonpecuniary damage in favor of Dilcia Yean and Violeta Bosico, as well as for costs and expenses in favor of Tiramen Bosico Cofi and Leonidas Olive[n] Yean, ordered by the Court in operative paragraphs [nine and ten], respectively, of the Judgment delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on September 8, 2005 […]. 3. The Order on Monitoring Compliance with Judgment issued by the Presidency of the Inter-American Court on May 18, 2009, wherein it decided to summon the parties to a private hearing in order to obtain information from the State regarding the measures pending compliance. This private hearing took place on July 8, 2009, at the Court’s headquarters. 4. The Order on Monitoring Compliance with Judgment issued by the Inter-American Court on August 27, 2010, wherein it declared: 1. That in accordance with [the] Order, the State has fully complied with operative paragraph six of the Judgment on Reparations, regarding the [publication], at least once, in the official gazette and another nationally circulated newspaper in the Dominican Republic, [of] both the section entitled “Proven Facts[,”] without the corresponding footnotes, and also the operative paragraphs of this judgment (operative paragraph six of the Judgment). 2. That in monitoring full compliance with the Judgment issued in the present case, it will maintain proceeding[s] to monitor compliance open, with [regard to] the following outstanding operative paragraphs: * Judge Rhadys Abreu Blondet, of Dominican nationality, excused herself from hearing this Order on Monitoring of Compliance, in accordance with Article 19(2) of the Statute and 19(1) of the Rules of the Court. Judge Leonardo A. Franco informed the Court that, for reasons of force majeure, he could not be present at the deliberation and signing of this Order. ** Order adopted by the Court in its 44th Period of Extraordinary Sessions, held in Bridgetown, Barbados from October 10 to 14, 2011.