Order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights∗ of August 5, 2008 Case of Servellón García et al. v. Honduras (Monitoring Compliance with Judgment) HAVING SEEN: 1. The Judgment on the merits, reparations and legal costs (hereinafter, the "Judgment") delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter, the "Court", "the Inter-American Court” or the “Tribunal”) on September 21, 2006. 2. The Order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights regarding Monitoring Compliance with the Judgment, of January 29, 2008, which declared that: 1. Pursuant to the information contained in Having Seen Clauses 34 to 37 of […] Order, the State has fully complied with the payment of the amounts awarded as compensation for the pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages and costs and expenses (operative paragraphs fifteen, sixteen, seventeen and eighteen of the Judgment). 2. That pursuant to the information contained in [...] Order, the State has complied with the following operative paragraphs of the Judgment: a) to publish, once, in a newspaper of national circulation, the chapter related to the proven facts in the Judgment and the operative paragraphs of the same, pursuant to Having Seen Clauses 10 to 13 of […] Order (operative paragraph nine of the judgment;) b) to name a street or park, in the city of Tegucigalpa, in memory of the victims, pursuant to Having Seen Clauses 18 to 21 of […] Judgment (operative paragraph eleven of the Judgment;) and c) to issue a postal stamp in allusion to the protection owed by the State and society to children and youngsters in risky situations, pursuant to Having Seen Clauses 26 to 29 of […] Order (operative paragraph thirteen of the Judgment.) 3. That the supervision proceeding shall be kept open to track the compliance with the orders pending fulfillment in the […] case, to wit: a) to carry out all actions necessary to identify, prosecute and, as the case may be, punish all the perpetrators and instigators of the violations committed in detriment of the victims and to remove all obstacles and mechanisms of fact and of law that have maintained impunity in the instant case, Having Seen Clauses 6 to 9 of […] Order (operative paragraph eight of the Judgment;) b) to publish, once, in the Official Gazette the chapter regarding the proven facts of the Judgment, without footnotes and the operative paragraphs of the same, pursuant to Having Seen Clauses 10 to 13 of […] Order (operative paragraph nine of the Judgment); ∗ Judge Diego García-Sayán, due to reasons of forced majeure, was not able to take part in the deliberation and signature of this Order.