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The brief of November 1, 2010, of the Organization of the Tlapaneco/Me’phaa
Indigenous People, the Human Rights Center of the Montaña “Tlachinollan,” and the Center
for Justice and International Law (all hereinafter “the representatives”), in which they
responded to the Court’s request concerning the publication of specific measures of
reparation established in the judgment.
CONSIDERING THAT:
1.
The Court established in the judgment (paragraphs 230, 244 and 247) that, if Mrs.
Fernández Ortega agreed:
a) “The results of the [domestic criminal investigation] proceedings must be
publicized, so that Mexican society learns the truth about the facts”;
b) “[The public act acknowledging international responsibility regarding the facts of
the case] must be broadcast by a radio station with coverage in Guerrero,” and
c) “The State must: (i) publish the official summary issued by the Court in a
newspaper with widespread national circulation, in Spanish, and in a newspaper with
widespread circulation in the state of Guerrero, in Spanish and Me’paa; (ii) publish
th[e] judgment in its entirety, together with the translation into Me’paa of the official
summary, on an appropriate web site of the federal State and of the state of
Guerrero, taking into account the characteristics of the publication that has been
ordered, which must remain available for at least one year, and (iii) broadcast the
official summary, in both languages, once on a radio station with coverage in
Barranca Tecoani.”
2.
Regarding Mrs. Fernández Ortega’s agreement to full implementation of the
measures of reparation mentioned in subparagraphs (a) and (b) of the preceding
paragraph, the representatives indicated that the victim had stated expressly that she
consented to:
a) “The public dissemination of the results of the criminal investigation proceedings that
the State must conduct, as established in [the judgment]”;
b) “The broadcast by a radio station with coverage in Guerrero of the public act
acknowledging international responsibility […] in the understanding that […] ‘[t]he
State must reach agreement with [Mrs. Fernández Ortega] and/or her
representatives regarding how the public act of acknowledgement is conducted, as
well as any special requirements.’”
3.
The Court takes note of the express consent given by Mrs. Fernández Ortega and,
consequently, finds that Mexico must proceed to comply with the said measures, as
established in the judgment.
4.
Regarding the publication of the official summary of the judgment in a national
newspaper and a newspaper of the state Guerrero; the broadcast of the official summary on
a radio station with coverage in Barranca Tecoani, and the publication of the judgment and
of the official summary in the Me’paa language on a web site of the federal State and of the
state of Guerrero, the representatives indicated that Mrs. Fernández Ortega had given her
express consent to the execution of these measures, on condition that the said publications
and the broadcast omit the parts referring to: (i) the granting of scholarships to her

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