ORDER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF MAY 19, 2011 CASE OF RADILLA PACHECO v. UNITED MEXICAN STATES MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT HAVING SEEN: 1. The Judgment on Preliminary Objections, Merits, Reparations and Costs (hereinafter "the Judgment") issued by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter "the Court," "the Inter-American Court" or "the Tribunal") on November 23, 2009, whereby it held that: […] 8. The State shall effectively carry out, with due diligence and within a reasonable time, the investigation and, if applicable, criminal proceedings with regard to the arrest and subsequent forced disappearance of Mr. Rosendo Radilla Pacheco in order to determine the corresponding criminal responsibilities and effectively apply the punishments and consequences established by law, in accordance with paragraphs 329 through 334 of the […] Judgment. 9. The State shall continue with the effective search for and the immediate location of Mr. Rosendo Radilla Pacheco or, if applicable, of his remains, in accordance with paragraphs 335 through 336 of the […] Judgment. 10. The State shall adopt, within a reasonable time, appropriate legislative reforms in order to make Article 57 of the Code of Military Justice compatible with international standards on the subject and the American Convention on Human Rights, in accordance with paragraphs 337 through 342 of the […] Judgment. 11. The State shall adopt, within a reasonable time, appropriate legislative reforms in order to make Article 215 of the Federal Criminal Code compatible with international standards on the subject and the Inter-American Convention on Forced Disappearance of Persons, in accordance with paragraphs 343 through 344 of the […] Judgment. 12. The State shall implement, within a reasonable time and with the corresponding budgetary allocation, programs or permanent courses on the analysis of the jurisprudence of the inter-American System of Human Rights Protection regarding the limits of military criminal jurisdiction, as well as a training program on the proper investigation and prosecution of acts that constitute forced disappearance of persons, in accordance with paragraphs 345 through 348 of the […] Judgment. 13. The State shall publish once in the Official Gazette of the Federation and in another newspaper of ample national circulation paragraphs 1 through 7, 52 through 66, 114 through 358 of the […] Judgment and its operative paragraphs, without the footnotes. In addition, the State shall publish this Judgment in its totality on the official website of the Attorney General of the Republic in a six and two-month term, respectively, as of the notification of th[e] Judgment, in accordance with paragraphs 349 through 350 therein. 14. The State shall hold a public act of acknowledgment of responsibility with regard to the facts of the present case and to restore the memory of Mr. Rosendo Radilla Pacheco, in accordance with paragraphs 351 through 354 of the […] Judgment.