REPORT No. 172/ 171 PETITION 1718-11 REPORT ON ADMISSIBILITY CRISSTHIAN MANUEL OLIVERA FUENTES PERU DECEMBER 28, 2017 I. INFORMATION ABOUT THE PETITION Estudio para la Defensa de los Derechos de la Mujer (DEMUS) (Study for the Defense of Women’s Rights), Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights and Asociación Líderes en Acción (Leaders in Action Association)2 Crissthian Manuel Olivera Fuentes Peru Articles 8 (Fair Trial), 11 (Privacy), 13 (Freedom of Thought and Expression), 24 (Equal Protection) and 25 (Judicial Protection) of the American Convention on Human Rights, 3 in relation to its Articles 1.1 (Obligation to respect rights) and 2 (Obligation to adopt domestic legislative measures) Petitioning party: Alleged victim: State denounced: Rights invoked: II. PROCEDURE BEFORE THE IACHR4 Date on which the petition was received: Additional information received at the initial study stage: Date on which the petition was transmitted to the State: Date of the State’s first response: November 29, 2011 June 29, 2012 May 15, 2013 Additional observations from the petitioning party: Additional observations from the State: III. July 17, 2013 August 27 and December 2, 2013; May 30, 2014 and April 19, 2017 March 17, 2014 and April 11, 2016 COMPETENCE Competence Ratione personae: Competence Ratione loci: Competence Ratione temporis: Yes Yes Yes Yes; American Convention (deposit of ratification instrument on July 28, 1978) Competence Ratione materiae: 1 In accordance with Article 17.2.a of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, Commissioner Francisco José Eguirguren Praeli, a Peruvian national, did not participate in the discussion or the decision on this matter. 2 By communication of March 26, 2014, it was informed that Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights and Asociación Líderes en Acción would be co-petitioners. 3 Hereinafter “Convention” or “American Convention.” 4 The observations presented by each party were duly transmitted to the opposing party. 1

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