ORDER OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF MAY 31, 2012 CASE OF RIO NEGRO MASSACRES V. GUATEMALA HAVING SEEN: 1. The brief submitting the case filed by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (hereinafter, “the Inter-American Commission” or “the Commission”) with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter, “the Inter-American Court", “the Court” or “the Tribunal”) on November 30, 2010, by means of which it offered three expert opinions. The Commission indicated the object of said expert opinions but it only identified one of the expert witnesses. 2. The communication of January 31, 2011, by means of which the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights forwarded the curriculum vitae of one of the expert witnesses proposed in the brief submitting the case. 3. The note of the Tribunal’s Secretariat of February 3, 2011, by which, among other things, it requested the Inter-American Commission to indicate the missing name of one of the expert witnesses proposed in the brief submitting this case. 4. The communication of February 22, 2011, by means of which the Commission indicated the missing name of one of the expert witnesses and forwarded the expert’s curriculum vitae (supra Having Seen clause 3). 5. The brief containing the pleadings, motions and evidence (hereinafter, “brief of pleadings and motions”) submitted by the representatives of the alleged victims (hereinafter, also the “representatives”)1 on June 7, 2011, by which they offered five statements of alleged victims and two expert opinions. In addition, the brief of June 11, 2011, by means of which the representatives requested the intervention of an interpreter of Maya Achí language and indicated the name of the person that may serve as interpreter of the “statements” rendered by the witnesses. 6. The brief containing the answer to the brief submitting the case and of observations to the brief of pleadings and motions (hereinafter, “brief of answer”) filed 1 The alleged victims appointed Asociación para el Desarrollo Integral de las Víctimas de la Violencia en las Verapaces, Maya Achí (ADIVIMA) as their representative.