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g) Pay the remainder of the amounts awarded in the Judgment (Operative Paragraphs 13, 14
and 15 of the Judgment).
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4.
The notes of the Secretariat of the Court (hereinafter "the Secretariat") of October
13, 2009 and August 31, 2010, whereby, following instructions from the President of the
Court for this case (hereinafter "the President-in-Office"), the Republic of Peru was
requested (hereinafter the "State" and "Peru") to submit the report requested by the Court
in the second operative paragraph of the Order of July 1, 2009 (supra Having Seen 3).
5.
The briefs of July 3, 2009 and April 15, 2010, whereby the State submitted
"supporting documents for the payments made [...] to beneficiaries," as well as payments
"being made [in] compliance with obligations stemming from supranational decisions." The
brief of October 5, 2010, whereby the State reported on compliance with the Judgment
(supra Having Seen 1).
6.
The briefs of November 10 and December 10, 2010, whereby the representatives of
the victims (hereinafter “the representatives”) and the Inter-American Commission on
Human Rights (hereinafter “the Commission” or “the Inter-American Commission”)
presented their respective observations on the report submitted by the State on October 5,
2010.
7.
The President-in-Office's Order of December 21, 2010, whereby he convened the
State, the representatives, and the Inter-American Commission to a private hearing in order
to obtain complete and updated information from the State concerning compliance with the
reparation measures ordered in the Judgment (supra Having Seen 1), as well as hearing the
respective observations of the Commission and the representatives.
8.
The brief of December 21, 2010, whereby the State reported on compliance with the
Judgment, as well as on the briefs of January 19 and February 22, 2011, whereby the
representatives and the Commission, respectively, presented their observations on the
information reported by the State.
9.
The private hearing held at the Court’s seat in San José, Costa Rica on February 25,
2011,1 as well as the briefs presented by the State before the hearing, whereby it reported
on compliance with the Judgment.
10.
The briefs of March 24 and April 11, 2011, whereby the representatives and the
Commission, respectively, presented their observations on the information put forward by
the State (supra Having Seen 9).
CONSIDERING:

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By means of the Order of December 21, 2010 (supra Having Seen 7), the President-in-Office convened
the parties to a private hearing to be held on Februrary 26, 2011. At a later date, by means of the Secretariat's
note of January 20, 2011, following the President-in-Office's intrsuctions, the parties were informed that the date
and time of the aforemetioned private hearing had been rescheduled. The hearing was attended by: a) on behalf of
the Inter-American Comission: Silvia Serrano Guzmán, Attorney-Advisor for the Executive Secretary; b) on behalf
of the representatives of the victims: Jorge Antonio Abrego Hinostroza, Asociación Pro Derechos Humanos [Pro
Human Rights Association] (APRODEH in Spanish), and c) on behalf of the State of Peru: Delia Muñoz Muñoz,
Specialized Supranational Public Prosecutor; Gustavo Lembcke Hoyle, Minister of the Peruvian Embassy in Costa
Rica, and Aelín Pérez Ramírez, Minister-Counsellor of the Peruvian Embassy in Costa Rica.

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