ORDER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF NOVEMBER 25, 2010 CASE OF FERNÁNDEZ ORTEGA ET AL. v. MEXICO MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT HAVING SEEN: 1. The judgment on preliminary objection, merits, reparations and costs handed down on August 30, 2010 (hereinafter “the judgment”), by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Inter-American Court” or “the Court”), in which it ordered, inter alia, that: 11. The State must conduct in the ordinary jurisdiction, with due diligence and within a reasonable time, the investigation and, if appropriate, the criminal proceedings with regard to the rape of Mrs. Fernández Ortega, in order to determine those criminally responsible and, if appropriate, to apply the punishments and other consequences that the law dictates, as established in paragraphs 228 to 230 of th[e] judgment. […] 15. The State must carry out a public act acknowledging its international responsibility regarding the facts of the present case, in the terms of paragraph 244 of the […] judgment. 16. The State must make the publications ordered, pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 247 of the […] judgment. […] 21. The State must grant scholarships for study at Mexican public institutions to Noemí, Ana Luz, Colosio, Nelida, and Neftalí, all with the surname Prisciliano Fernández, pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 264 of th[e] judgment. 22. The State must facilitate the necessary resources for the indigenous Me’paa community to establish a community center, to be considered a women’s center, where educational activities on human rights and the rights of women are carried out, pursuant to paragraph 267 of the […] judgment. 23. The State must adopt measures to ensure that the girls of the community of Barranca Tecoani who are enrolled in secondary school in the city of Ayutla de los Libres have adequate food and lodging, so that they can continue their education in the institutions they attend. Notwithstanding the above, the State may comply with this measure by opting to establish a secondary school in the said community, in the terms of paragraph 270 of th[e] judgment. […] 23. The State must pay the amounts established in paragraphs 286, 293, and 299 of the […] judgment for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damage, and to reimburse costs and expenses, as appropriate, within one year of notification of the […] judgment, in the terms of paragraphs 300 to 307 [t]hereof. 2. The note of the Secretariat of the Court (hereinafter “the Secretariat”) of October 1, 2010, in which, on the instructions of the President of the Court (hereinafter “the President”), it asked the representatives to “forward the express written consent of Mrs. Fernández Ortega concerning the publication of specific measures of reparation established in paragraphs 230, 244 and 247 of the judgment.”

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