2 13. […] to pay to the next of kin of Messrs. Oscar José Blanco-Romero, Roberto Javier Hernández-Paz and José Francisco Rivas-Fernández the amounts set forth in paragraphs 80 and 82 of the [….] Judgment, within a period of one year, as compensation for pecuniary damage, as per paragraphs 72, 80, 82, 116 and 119 to 123 hereof. 14. The State is to pay to the next of kin of Messrs. Oscar José Blanco-Romero, Roberto Javier Hernández-Paz and José Francisco Rivas-Fernández the amounts set forth in paragraphs 88 and 89 of the […] Judgment, within a period of one year, as compensation for non pecuniary damage, as per paragraphs 72, 88, 89, 116 and 117 to 123 hereof. 15. […] to pay the amount set forth in paragraph 115 hereof, within one year, on account of costs and expenses incurred both domestically and in the course of the international proceedings before the Inter-American System for the protection of human rights; such amount is to be delivered to Mrs. Alejandra Josefina Iriarte de Blanco, Mrs. Teodora Paz de Hernández and Mrs. Nélida Josefina Fernández-Pelicie, as per paragraphs 115, 116 and 118 to 123 of the Judgment. Fernández Pelicie, en los términos de los párrafos 115, 116 y 118 a 123 de la misma […] 2. The communications of July 26, 2006; January 3, March 7 and June 5, 2007; and June 30, 2008, by means of which the State made reference to the compliance with Judgment (infra Considering clause 8) 3. The communications of September 15 and October18, 2006; April 4 and July 5, 2007 and July 30, 2008, by means of which the representatives of the victims filed their comments regarding the state of the compliance with the Judgment (infra Considering clause 9) 4. The communications of April 27 and July 18, 2007 and September 29, 2008, by means of which the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (hereinafter “the Commission” or “the Inter-American Commission”) submitted its comments regarding the state of the compliance with Judgment (infra Considering clause 10) 5. The communications of February 5 and December 17, 2008, by means of which the representatives of the victims filed a petition requesting the Inter-American Court “to hold a public hearing regarding the compliance with the Judgment in the instant case and to call all the parties to determine the scope of compliance by the State, when there has been an acknowledgement of the facts and of international responsibility before the Court.” The same request has been included as part of the comments submitted by the representatives on April 4 and July 5, 2007 and July 30, 2008. 6. The private hearing held by the Court at is seat in San José de Costa Rica on July 4, 2009.1 During such private hearing the State, the Commission and the representatives addressed the matters pending compliance in the instant case. Considering: 1 At this hearing, the following persons were present: Mr. Juan Pablo Albán, on behalf of the Inter-American Commission; Mr. José Gregorio Guarenas, on behalf of the representatives; Mrs. Liliana Ortega and Mr. Carlos Ayala-Corao, on behalf of the Human Rights Vicarship of Caracas (Vicaría de Derechos Humanos de Caracas)and of the COFAVIC (Comité de Familiares de Víctimas de los Sucesos de Febrero-Marzo de 1989) (Committee of Next of Kin of the Victims of the Events of February-March 1989) and Mrs. Ariela Peralta, on behalf of the CEJIL (Center for Justice and International Law) and Mr. Germán Saltrón-Negretti on behalf of the State.