ORDER OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS*
OF JULY 1, 2011
CASE OF ACEVEDO BUENDÍA ET AL.
(“DISCHARGED AND RETIRED EMPLOYEES OF THE OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER”)
MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT
The Judgment on Preliminary Objections, Merits, Reparations and Costs (hereinafter
"the Judgment") issued by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter "the
Court," "the Inter-American Court" or "the Tribunal") on July 1, 2009, whereby it held that:
The State must pay the amounts set in this Judgment as compensation for pecuniary
damages, non-pecuniary damages, and reimbursement of costs and expenses within one year as
of notice of [said] Judgment, under the terms of paragraphs 134, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154 and
The State must fully comply with the judgments of the Constitutional Court of Peru of
October 21, 1997 and January 26, 2001, in relation to the reimbursement of the accruals unpaid
to the victims between April 1993 and October 2002, within a reasonable term, pursuant to
paragraph 138 of [this] Judgment. The payment of said amounts owed and interest thereto
should not be affected by any tax, under the terms of paragraph 139 of the [...] Judgment.
The State shall publish, at least once, in the Official Gazette and in another newspaper
of wide national circulation paragraphs 2 to 5, 17, 19, 52, 53, 61, 65, 69 to 79, 84 to 91, 104 to
107, and 113 of [this] Judgment, without the corresponding footnotes and with the titles of the
respective chapters, as well as the operative paragraphs therein, in the term of six months as of
notice of this Judgment, under the provisions of paragraphs 141 of the Judgment.
Judge Diego García-Sayán, of Peruvian nationality, excused himself from the deliberation and signing of
the present Order, in conformity with Articles 19(1) of the Court’s Rules of Procedure. Furthermore, Judge Alberto
Pérez Pérez informed the Court that, due to force majeure, her was unable to participate in the deliberation and
signing of the present Order.