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3.
The writs submitted by the Argentine State (hereinafter referred to as “the State” or
“Argentina"), by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (hereinafter referred to
as “the Commission”) and by the representatives of the victims´next of kin from March,
1999 until November, 2003, regarding the compliance with the judgment of this case.
4.

The Court Decision dated November 27, 2002, by means of which it decided:
1.
That the State [had] the obligation to take the measures [that would be] necessary to
effect and immediately comply with the reparations judgment dated August 27, 1998 issued by
the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the Case of Garrido and Baigorria, according to
what is set forth in Article 68(1) of the American Convention on Human Rights.
2.
That the State [had] to submit before the Court, not later than March 30, 2003, a
detailed report on the negotiations carried out in order to comply with the Court order included in
Having Seen Clause number eight of the […] Compliance Decision.
3.
That the representatives of the victims and their next of kin, as well as the InterAmerican Commission on Human Rights, [had] to submit their comments to the report of the
State within the term of two months as from the reception of the above mentioned report.
[…]

5.

The Court Decision dated November 27, 2003, by means of which it declared:
1.
That the State [had] complied with the terms set forth in operative paragraphs 1 and 2
of the reparations Judgment issued by this Court on August 27, 1998, with respect to:
a)
the payments of the amounts corresponding to the reparations of the next of
kin of Mr. Adolfo Garrido and Mr. Raúl Baigorria, except for what refers to the
compensation of the out-of-wedlock children of Mr. Raúl Baigorria, in accordance with
the points presented in the Having Seen clause number eleven of the […] Judgment; and
b)
the reimbursement of the costs in favor of the above mentioned next of kin of
Mr. Garrido and Mr. Baigorria and the professional fees of attorneys Carlos Varela
Álvarez and Diego Lavado, according to what has been exposed in the Having Seen
clause number eleven of the [...] Judgment.
2.
That it [would] keep the proceedings of monitoring of compliance open regarding the
following points pending fulfillment:
a)
the location of the out-of-wedlock children of Mr. Raúl Baigorria and the deposit
of the compensatory amount to which they are entitled as reparations, according to
what has been exposed in Having Seen clauses number eight, nine and ten of the […]
Judgment; and
b)
the investigation of the facts which led to the disappearance of Mr. Adolfo
Garrido and Mr. Raúl Baigorria and the punishment of the responsible parties, in
accordance with the what has been presented in Having Seen clauses number three to
sixteen of the […] Judgment.
[and, among other things, it decided:]
[…]
6.
To continue to monitor the items pending compliance with the reparations Judgment
dated November 27, 1998, according to what has been pointed out in operative part number two
of the […] Judgment.
[…]

6.

The Court Decision dated November 17, 2004, by means of which it decided:

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