3. Upon review of the information submitted under the admissibility requirements established in Articles 46 and 47 of the American Convention, the Commission concluded that it has competence to examine the complaint lodged, and that the petition is admissible regarding alleged violations of the rights established in Articles 13, 22, 23, 8, and 25 of the American Convention, pursuant to the general obligations established in Articles 1(1) and 2 therein. The Commission will analyze the possible application of article 2 of the American Convention by virtue of principle iura novit curia. The Commission also concluded that the petition is inadmissible regarding the alleged violation of the rights established in Article 11 and 24 of the Convention. Therefore, the Commission decided to notify the parties, to publish this Admissibility Report, and include it in its Annual Report. II. PROCESSING BY THE COMMISSION 4. The Commission received the petition on April 25, 2006 and assigned it number P-400-06. On June 1, 2006 the Commission forwarded the petition to the State and gave it a deadline of two months to present its observations. On September 5, 2006 the petitioner presented updated information. This information was expounded upon in messages received on September 7, 18, and 27, 2006. 5. On September 25, 2006 the Commission remitted the aforementioned messages to the State while at the same time indicating that: “The Commission observes that in case the judgment should be executed before the IACHR has the opportunity to examine the merits of the petition, its possible decision with regard to the merit could result in the lack any useful effect. Consequently, the IACHR requests the Government of your Excellency the adoption, without delay, of all the necessary measurements to leave without effect the execution of this judgment until the merits of the petition were completely decided by the bodies of the inter-American system of Human Rights”. In that message the Commission requested the State to submit information on such a measure within the next 15 days. 6. The petitioner sent additional briefs in communications received by the Commission on November 24, 2006 and April 4 and 12, 2007. These were remitted to the State on January 30 and May 15, 2007, respectively, with a deadline of one month for the State to submit any observations.