ORDER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF NOVEMBER 27, 2003* CABALLERO DELGADO AND SANTANA CASE COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT HAVING SEEN: 1. The judgment on merits delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Court” or “the Inter-American Court”) in the Caballero Delgado and Santana case on December 8, 1995, in which, inter alia, it: Unanimously 5. Decides that the Republic of Colombia is obligated to continue judicial proceedings into the disappearance and presumed death of the persons named and to extend punishment in accordance with internal law. By four votes to one 6. Decides that the Republic of Colombia is obligated to pay fair compensation to the relatives of the victims and to reimburse the expenses they have incurred in their actions before the Colombian authorities in relation to these proceedings. Judge Nieto-Navia dissenting. By four votes to one 7. Decides that the manner and amount of the compensation and reimbursement of the expenses will be fixed by this Court and for that purpose the corresponding proceeding remains open. Judge Nieto-Navia dissenting. 2. The judgment on reparations delivered by the Court on January 29, 1997, in which it decided: Unanimously 1) To set at US$ 89,500.00 (eighty-nine thousand five hundred dollars of the United States of America) or its equivalent in the national currency the amount that the Colombian State must pay to the relatives of Isidro Caballero-Delgado and María del Carmen Santana by July 31, 1997. These payments shall be made by the State of Colombia in the proportion and conditions set forth in the consideranda of this judgment. Unanimously, 2) To set at US$ 2,000.00 (two thousand dollars of the United States of America) the amount that the State must pay directly to María Nodelia Parra-Rodríguez as reimbursement of the expenses incurred in her representations before the Colombian authorities. […] 4) That the Colombian State is obliged to continue its efforts to locate and identify * Judge Hernán Salgado Pesantes advised the Court that, owing to circumstances beyond his control he would be unable to attend the deliberation and signature of this Order.