Order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights* of August 4, 2008 Case of Cesti-Hurtado v. Peru (Monitoring Compliance with Judgment) HAVING SEEN: 1. The Judgment on the merits rendered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Inter-American Court” or “the Court”) on September 29, 1999. 2. The Judgment delivered by the Court on January 29, 2000 regarding the interpretation of the judgment on the merits. 3. The Judgment on reparations rendered by the Court on May 31, 2001. 4. The Judgment delivered by the Inter-American Court on November 27, 2001 regarding the interpretation of the judgment on reparations. 5. The order on Compliance with judgment of November 17, 2004. 6. The order on Compliance with judgment of November 22, 2006, whereby the Court declared, inter alia: 1. That it [would] keep the proceedings open to monitor compliance with the following points, namely: a) payment of interest on the amount of compensation for moral damage; b) investigation of the facts surrounding this case and punishment of the perpetrators; c) payment of pecuniary damages, and[;] d) annulment of the military proceedings and the effects resulting therefrom. And decide[d]: 1. To order the State to adopt all such measures as [might] be necessary to promptly and duly comply with the orders of the Court in the Judgment on the merits of September 29, 1999 and in the Judgment on reparations of May 31, 2001 […] 2. To request the State to submit to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, by January 19, 2007, a detailed report specifying such measures as [might] have been adopted to comply with the reparations set out in […] 7. The note of February 1, 2007, whereby the Secretariat of the Court (hereinafter “the Secretariat”) reiterated that the State of Peru (hereinafter “the State”) should submit a * Judge Diego García-Sayán, a Peruvian national, did not take part in the deliberations and did not sign this order pursuant to Article 19(2) of the Statute and Article 19 of the Rules of Procedure of the Court.