4 iii. Grant reparations for the purpose of compensating the families of the victimes for the material and moral injury suffered. iv. Order any other measures which the Court considers appropriate to remedy the injury caused by the disappearance of Baigorria and Garrido. 3. Order the Argentine State to pay the costs of these proceedings, including the honoraria of the professionals who have served as representatives of the victims both in their efforts before the Commission and in the proceedings before the Court. II RECOGNITION OF RESPONSIBILITY BY ARGENTINA 16. On September 11, 1995, Argentina admitted the facts that the Commission had set forth in section II of its application, summarized in paragraphs 2 through 13 of this judgment. It also accepted the legal consequences resulting from the facts in question. Moreover, at a February 1, 1996 hearing, the State fully acknowledged its international responsibility in the instant case. 17. In view of Argentina’s acquiescence and the statements made by the parties at that February 1, 1996 hearing, the following day the Court handed down a judgment whose operative part was as follows: 1. To take note of the acceptance made by Argentina of the acts stated in the application. 2. To take note as well of Argentina’s acceptance of international responsibility for those acts. 3. To grant the parties a period of six months from the date of the present judgment to reach an agreement on reparations and compensation. 4. To reserve the authority to examine and approve that agreement and, in the event that the parties do not agree, to continue the proceedings on reparations and compensation. III NEGOTIATIONS FOR AN AGREEMENT TO SETTLE THE CASE 18. After some months of negotiations, the Province of Mendoza and the representatives of the victims arrived at a "reparations" agreement, embodied in a document signed on May 13, 1996. Under the terms of the agreement, an arbitral tribunal was to be formed to determine the "amount of the indemnity" to be paid to the victims’ families, and an ad hoc commission was to be created to conduct an inquiry into the events surrounding the victims’ forced disappearance. It is important to note that the police officers who took part in the forced disappearance of Mr. Garrido and Mr. Baigorria were members of the Mendoza Provincial Police Force. 19. The members of the arbitral tribunal were to be appointed according to the procedures in force in the Province of Mendoza. Once the tribunal was constituted, the representative of the victims and the Government of Mendoza could present memorials containing their pleadings and arguments. The agreement further stipulated that if no procedural rules were agreed upon, the provisions of the

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