3 Based on the foregoing considerations, while the State of Bolivia has taken some initial steps toward complying with two of the three recommendations, thus far the recommendations have not been met. The Inter-American Commission submits to the jurisdiction of the Court the entire set of facts and human rights violations set forth in the report on the merits No. 136/11 and requests that the Court find and declare that: 1. The State of Bolivia is responsible for the violation of the right to a fair trial, the right to seek asylum and the principle of non-refoulement, enshrined in articles 8, 22(7), and 22(8) of the American Convention, taken in conjunction with Article 1(1) of that instrument, to the detriment of Rumaldo Juan Pacheco Osco; Fredesvinda Tineo Godos; and the minors Frida Edith, Juana Guadalupe, and Juan Ricardo Pacheco Tineo. 2. Based on the principle of iura novit curia, the State of Bolivia is responsible for the violation of the right to judicial protection enshrined in article 25 of the American Convention, taken in conjunction with Article 1(1) of that instrument, to the detriment of Rumaldo Juan Pacheco Osco; Fredesvinda Tineo Godos; and the minors Frida Edith, Juana Guadalupe, and Juan Ricardo Pacheco Tineo. 3. The State of Bolivia violated the right to mental and moral integrity enshrined in article 5(1) of the American Convention, taken in conjunction with article 1(1) of that instrument, to the detriment of Rumaldo Juan Pacheco Osco; Fredesvinda Tineo Godos; and Frida Edith, Juana Guadalupe, and Juan Ricardo Pacheco Tineo. 4. The State of Bolivia is responsible for the violation of the obligation to provide special protection to children recognized in article 19 of the American Convention, taken in conjunction with Article 1(1) of that instrument. Based on the foregoing conclusions, the Commission recommended that the State: 1. Order comprehensive reparation in favor of the members of the Pacheco Tineo family for the human rights violations found in this report. This reparation should include compensation for the material and nonpecuniary damages suffered. The presence of the Pacheco Tineo family in another country should not be considered an obstacle in carrying out this recommendation. It is incumbent on the Bolivian State to order the necessary efforts through diplomatic and consular channels to ensure this reparation. 2. Order administrative, disciplinary, and other measures to address the acts or omissions of the government officials who took part in the human rights violations found in this report. 3. Adopt measures to ensure non-repetition, including training for officials in charge of immigration proceedings that could result in the deportation or expulsion of immigrants and of proceedings for the

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