ORDER OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
OF SEPTEMBER 22, 2006
CASE OF CESTI-HURTADO V. PERÚ
COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT*

HAVING SEEN:
1.
The Judgment on the merits rendered by the Inter-American Court of Human
Rights (hereinafter “the Inter-American Court” or “the Court”) on September 29, 1999.
2.
The Judgment delivered by the Court on January 29, 2000 regarding the
interpretation of the judgment on the merits.
3.

The Judgment on reparations rendered by the Court on May 31, 2001.

4.
The Judgment delivered by the Inter-American Court on November 27, 2001
regarding the interpretation of the judgment on reparations.
5.
The order on compliance with judgment of November 17, 2004, whereby the
Court stated:
1.
That it will keep the proceedings open to monitor compliance with the following
obligations that remain unfulfilled in the instant [case], to wit:
a)

payment of interest on the amount of compensation for moral damage
(Operative Paragraphs number 2, 3, 4, and 6 of the Judgment of May 31,
2001);

b)

investigation of the facts surrounding this case and punishment of the
perpetrators (Operative Paragraph number 5 of the Judgment of May 31,
2001);

c)

payment of pecuniary damages (Operative Paragraph number 1 of the
Judgment of May 31, 2001); and

d)

annulment of the military proceedings and all effects resulting therefrom
(Operative Paragraph number 8 of the Judgment of September 29,
1999).

And Decide(ed):

1.
To order the State to adopt all such measures as may be necessary to promptly
and duly comply with all the requirements ordered by the Court in the Judgment on the
merits (September 29, 1999) and in the Judgment on reparations (May 31, 2001), in
*

Judge Oliver Jackman did not participate in the deliberation and signing of this Order as he was
unable to attend the 72nd Regular Session of the Court for reasons beyond his control.

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