2 3. That it will keep open the procedure to monitor compliance with those obligations which have not yet been fully complied with in the instant case, namely: a) To investigate, identify and possibly punish the perpetrators and masterminds of the Plan de Sánchez Massacre (first operative paragraph of the Judgment); b) To publicize the texts of the American Convention on Human Rights and the Judgments on Merits and on Reparations and Costs in the municipality of Rabinal, and to provide a copy thereof to the victims in the instant case (fourth operative paragraph of the Judgment); c) To publish the Proven Facts section of Chapter V and the first to fourth operative paragraphs of the Judgment on Merits, and Chapter VII, Proven Facts, of the Judgment on Reparations and Costs, in Spanish, in a daily newspaper with national circulation. Also, to publish a translation of such paragraphs into the Maya-Achí language in the Official Gazette and in another national-circulation newspaper (fifth operative paragraph of the Judgment); d) To pay the amount set in the Judgment for infrastructure maintenance and improvements at the memorial chapel (sixth operative paragraph of the Judgment); e) To provide adequate housing to those survivors residing in the village of Plan de Sánchez who so require (eighth operative paragraph); f) To implement programs on the following issues in the affected communities: (a) study and dissemination of the Maya-Achí culture in the affected communities through the Guatemalan Academy of Mayan Languages or a similar organization; (b) maintenance and improvement of the road systems between the said communities and the municipal capital of Rabinal; (c) sewage system and potable water supply; (d) supply of teaching personnel trained in intercultural and bilingual teaching for primary, secondary and comprehensive schooling in these communities (ninth operative paragraph); g) To pay in full the compensation for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damage awarded in the Judgment (tenth, eleventh, thirteenth, and fourteenth operative paragraphs of the Judgment); and i) To pay in full the compensation set in the Judgment as costs and expenses (twelfth operative paragraph of the Judgment). […] and Decide[d]: 1. To call upon the State to adopt all measures required to promptly and effectively comply with the pending aspects of the Judgment, in accordance with the provisions of Article 68(1) of the American Convention on Human Rights. 2. To ask the State to submit to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, no later than April 10, 2008, a report specifying all the measures adopted to comply with such reparations ordered by the Court as are currently pending compliance. 3. To continue monitoring compliance with the pending paragraphs of the Judgment on Reparations and Costs of November 19, 2004. […] 3. The reports submitted by the State of Guatemala (hereinafter, “the State” or “Guatemala”) on January 24 and April 9, 2008, regarding compliance with the Judgment. 4. The briefs of the victims’ representatives (hereinafter, “the representatives”) of January 17, March 26, April 7, April 25, and June 18, 2008.