ORDER OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
OF NOVEMBER 22, 2010
CASE OF THE MOIWANA COMMUNITY V. SURINAME
MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT

HAVING SEEN:
1.
The Judgment on preliminary objections, merits, reparations and costs
delivered in the Case of the Moiwana Community v. Suriname by the Inter-American
Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Court,” “the Inter-American Court,” or “the
Tribunal”) on June 15, 2005 (hereinafter “the Judgment” or “the Moiwana
Judgment”).
2.
The Judgment on Interpretation of the Moiwana Judgment (hereinafter “the
Judgment on Interpretation”) delivered by the Court on February 8, 2006, in which it
clarified aspects of the Judgment on preliminary objections, merits, reparations and
costs and decided that it would continue to monitor the Republic of Suriname’s
compliance therewith (hereinafter “the State” or “Suriname”).
3.
The Order on the monitoring of compliance with the Judgment issued by the
Court on November 21, 2007, whereby it declared as follows:
1.
That, in accordance with [Having Seen clause] 9, the State ha[d] fully complied
with […] Operative Paragraph [six] of the Judgment […], regarding its obligation to hold
a public ceremony of recognition and apology;
2.
That, in accordance with [Having Seen clauses] 17-19, the State ha[d] fully
complied with Operative Paragraphs [eight] and [nine] of the Judgment, regarding the
order to effect the payment of compensation to the Moiwana [C]ommunity members for
material and moral damages;
3.
That, in accordance with [Having Seen clause 20], the State ha[d] fully
complied with Operative Paragraph [ten] of the Judgment[,] regarding the order to
effect the payment of […] costs to [the] Forest Peoples Programme and [the Moiwana]
Association[;]
4.
That the Tribunal w[ould continue] the proceedings for [the] monitoring [of]
compliance with the orders pending fulfillment.

In that Order, the Court decided:
1.
To require the State to take the [measures necessary] to fully and immediately
comply with the Operative Paragraphs […] of the Judgment [pending fulfillment;]

2.
To require the State to submit to the Court, [by] March 25, 2008, a detailed
report on the actions taken in order to [carry out] the reparations ordered by the Court
which are still pending, as set forth in [Considering clauses] 10 to 16 and [Declarative]

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