ORDER OF THE PRESIDENT-IN-OFFICE OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF DECEMBER 21, 2010 CASE OF MIGUEL CASTRO CASTRO PRISON V. PERU. MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGEMENT HAVING SEEN: 1. The Judgment on merits, reparations and costs (hereinafter "the Judgment") passed by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter "the Court," "the InterAmerican Court" or "the Tribunal") on November 25, 2006, ruled that: […] 8. The State shall, within a reasonable time, effectively investigate the allegations in this case, identify and, where applicable, punish those responsible, for which the relevant proceedings must be opened and the criminal proceedings that are still pending must be effectively conducted as well as those that are opened in the future. Also, it shall take all necessary steps to clear up all the facts of this case in order to determine the intellectual and material responsibility of those involved in such violations, and publically publish the results of these criminal proceedings in accordance with paragraphs 436 to 442 and 460 of the [...] Judgment. 9. The State shall establish, within a reasonable time period, the means to ensure that the information and documentation related to police investigations on serious facts is maintained so that it is possible to carry out the necessary investigations, in accordance with paragraphs 442 and 460 of the [...] Judgment. 10. The State must take all necessary and appropriate actions to ensure effective delivery of the remains of the victim Mario Francisco Aguilar Vega to his next-of-kin, within six months, and all delivery costs and burial expenses incurred by the family must be met, under the terms of paragraphs 443 and 460 of the [...] Judgment. 11. The State shall adopt, within a reasonable time, all necessary measures to ensure that all inmates who died as a result of the attack are identified and their remains returned to their families, in accordance with domestic law. If other deceased inmates are identified, their families can make the corresponding claims under domestic law. 12. The State shall, within a year, hold a public act of recognition of its international responsibility for the violations set forth in this Judgment to bring reparation to the victims and to the satisfy their families, in a public ceremony, attended by senior government officials and victims and their families, and the ceremony must be disseminated through the media, including a radio broadcast and television, in accordance with paragraphs 445 and 462 of the [...] Judgment.