Follow up of friendly settlements approved and published

The friendly settlement mechanism allows the creation of spaces for dialogue between alleged victims, petitioners and States, to reach agreements that establish reparation measures beneficial to the alleged victims of the denounced situation and often to society as a whole. Likewise, it also makes it possible to conclude the controversy outside the contentious route, demonstrates the commitment of States to respect and guarantee human rights, as well as the fulfillment in good faith of the obligations assumed in the American Convention and other regional instruments for the protection of human rights.

The procedure is based on two fundamental pillars: the will of the parties to reach a friendly settlement of the matter and the fulfilment of the reparation measures provided for in the friendly settlement agreement. Once the amicable settlement agreement is signed, States have the duty to comply fully and in good faith with the commitments undertaken in this agreement.

When the agreement is approved and published by the IACHR, it has legal effects and the petition concludes in the system of petitions and cases as established in Article 49 of the ACHR by virtue of which the approval and publication of agreements by the IACHR is carried out. Subsequent to the publication of the report approving the agreement in light of Article 49, the IACHR monitors compliance with the commitments established in the agreement that are pending for implementation until achieving the full compliance with the agreement.

In the files listed below you can access the detail about friendly settlement agreements that have reached full compliance.

The category of Full compliance refers to those cases in which the State has fully complied with all the clauses of the friendly settlement agreements that have been approved and published by the. The Commission considers as fully complied with those clauses of FSAs in which the State has initiated and satisfactorily concluded all the corresponding actions to their fulfillment.

Once that full compliance with the commitments established in the friendly settlement agreements approved and published by the IACHR is achieved, their supervision ceases based on the full satisfaction of the reparation measures agreed between the parties. In that sense, cases closed with full compliance of the measures agreed in the FSAs are considered successful experiences of using the friendly solutions mechanism.

Argentina

Bolivia

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

Guatemala

Honduras

Mexico

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Uruguay

The “Under Supervision” category includes the petitions and cases in which the Commission has approved and published friendly settlement agreements that are still in the process of being implemented. In that sense, the following matters are included in this category:

  • Friendly settlement agreements  approved by the IACHR that have a "Substantial Partial Compliance" because the State has adopted relevant measures for its compliance and has provided proof of these, achieving an advanced level of execution, but that to the opinion of the Commission have not yet been satisfactorily concluded.
  • Friendly settlement agreements approved by the IACHR that have a "Partial Compliance" because the State has adopted measures for its compliance, achieving a minimum to medium level of execution,  but it is still necessary that additional measures be implemented so that the clauses acquire a satisfactory level of compliance.
  • Friendly settlement agreements approved by the IACHR that are "Pending compliance" because the State has not adopted any measure to comply with the clause agreed upon; or the steps taken have not yet produced concrete results; or the measure(s) adopted do not correspond to the situation under review.

In the files listed below you can access the detail on the friendly settlement agreements that remain under compliance monitoring by the IACHR.

CASE/PETITION

MONITORING WORKSHEET

FULL COMPLIANCE

PARTIAL COMPLIANCE

PENDING COMPLIANCE

COMPLIANCE PERCENTAGE

[1]

STATUS OF COMPLIANCE

Case 11.307, Report No. 103/01, María Merciadri de Morini (Argentina) [2]

Link to Worksheets on matters of Argentina under Follow up of Compliance

X

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.804, Report No. 91/03, Juan Ángel Greco (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

38%

Active

Case 12.080, Report No. 102/05, Sergio Schiavini and María Teresa Schnack (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

22%

Active

Case 12.298, Report No. 81/08, Fernando Giovanelli (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

60%

Active

Case 12.159, Report No. 79/09, Gabriel Egisto Santillán Reigas (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

75%

Active

Case 11.758, Report No. 15/10, Rodolfo Correa Belisle (Argentina) [3]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.796, Report No. 16/10, Mario Humberto Gómez Yardez (Argentina) [4]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.536, Report No. 17/10, Raquel Natalia Lagunas and Sergio Antonio Sorbellini (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

80%

Active

Petition 242-03, Report No. 160/10, Inocencia Luca Pegoraro (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

78%

Active

Petition 4554-02, Report No. 161/10, Valerio Castillo Báez (Argentina) [5]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 2829-02, Report No. 11/19, Inocencio Rodríguez (Argentina)[6]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.708, Report No. 20/11, Aníbal Acosta and L. Hirsch (Argentina) [7]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.833, Report No. 21/11, Ricardo Monterisi (Argentina) [8]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.532, Report No. 84/11, Penitentiaries of Mendoza (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

38%

Active

Case 12.306, Report No. 85/11, Juan Carlos de la Torre (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

33%

Active

Case 11.670, Report No. 168/11, Menéndez and Caride (Argentina) [9]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.182, Report No. 109/13, Florentino Rojas (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

60%

Active

Petition 21-05, Report No. 101/14, Ignacio Cardozo et al. (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

0%

Active

Case 12.710, Report No. 102/14, Marcos Gilberto Chaves and Sandra Beatríz Chaves (Argentina)

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed 2018

Case 12.854, Report No. 36/17, Ricardo Javier Kaplun (Argentina)

 

 

X

 

 

10%

Active

Case 12.475, Report No. 97/05, Alfredo Díaz Bustos (Bolivia)

Link to Worksheets on matters of Bolivia under Follow up of Compliance

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed 2018

Case 12.516, Report No. 98/05, Raúl Zavala Málaga and Jorge Pacheco Rondón (Bolivia) [10]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 269-05, Report No. 82/07, Miguel Ángel Moncada Osorio and James David Rocha Terraza (Bolivia) [11]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 788-06, Report No. 70/07, Víctor Hugo Arce Chávez (Bolivia) [12]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.350, Report No. 103/14, M.Z. (Bolivia) [13]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.289, Report No. 95/03, José Pereira (Brazil)

Link to Worksheets on matters of Brazil under Follow up of Compliance

 

 

X

 

 

18%

Active

Cases 12.426 and 12.427, Report No. 43/06, Raniê Silva Cruz, Eduardo Rocha da Silva and Raimundo Nonato Conceição Filho (Brazil) [14]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.715, Report No. 32/02, Juan Manuel Contreras San Martín et al. (Chile) [15]

Link to Worksheets on matters of Chile under Follow up of Compliance

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.046, Report No. 33/02, Mónica Carabantes Galleguillos (Chile) [16]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 4617/02, Report No. 30/04, Mercedes Julia Huenteao Beroiza et al. (Chile)

 

 

X

 

 

33%

Active

Case 12.337, Report No. 80/09, Marcela Andrea Valdés Díaz (Chile) [17]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 490-03, Report No. 81/09 "X" (Chile) [18]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.281, Report No. 162/10, Gilda Rosario Pizarro et al. (Chile) [19]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.195, Report No. 163/10, Mario Alberto Jara Oñate (Chile) [20]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.232, Report No. 86/11, María Soledad Cisternas (Chile) [21]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.141, Report No. 105/05, Massacre of Villatina (Colombia)

Link to Worksheets on matters of Colombia under Follow up of Compliance

 

 

X

 

 

86%

Active

Case 10.205, Report No. 53/06, Germán Enrique Guerra Achuri (Colombia) [22]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 477-05, Report No. 82/08 X and relatives (Colombia) [23]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 401-05, Report No. 83/08 Jorge Antonio Barbosa Tarazona et al. (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 12.376, Report No. 59/14, Alba Lucía, Rodríguez (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

29%

Active

Case 12.756, Report No. 10/15, Massacre Estadero El Aracatazzo (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

60%

Active

Petition 108-00, Report No. 38/15, Massacre of Segovia (28 family groups) (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

40%

Active

Petition 577-06, Report No. 82/15, Gloria González and family (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

17%

Active

Case 11.538, Report No. 43/16, Herson Javier Caro (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

63%

Active

Case 12.541, Report No. 67/16, Omar Zúñiga Vásquez and Amira Isabel Vásquez de Zúñiga (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

22%

Active

Case 11.007, Report No. 68/16, Massacre of Trujillo (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 12.712, Report No. 135/17, Rubén Darío Arroyave (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 12.714, Report No. 137/17, Belén Altavista Massacre (Colombia)

 

 

X

 

 

60%

Active

Case 11.421, Report No. 93/00, Edison Patricio Quishpe Alcívar (Ecuador)

Link to Worksheets on matters of Ecuador under Follow up of Compliance

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 11.439, Report No. 94/00, Byron Roberto Cañaveral (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 11.445, Report No. 95/00, Ángelo Javier Ruales Paredes (Ecuador) [24]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.466, Report No. 96/00, Manuel Inocencio Lalvay Guamán (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 11.584, Report No. 97/00, Carlos Juela Molina (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 11.783, Report No. 98/00, Marcia Irene Clavijo Tapia, (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 11.868, Report No. 99/00, Carlos Santiago and Pedro Andrés Restrepo Arismendy (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 11.991, Report No. 100/00, Kelvin Vicente Torres Cueva (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 11.478, Report No. 19/01, Juan Clímaco Cuellar et al. (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 11.512, Report No. 20/01, Lida Ángela Riera Rodríguez (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Closed 2018

Case 11.605, Report No. 21/01, René Gonzalo Cruz Pazmiño (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 11.779, Report No. 22/01, José Patricio Reascos (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Closed 2018

Case 11.441, Report No. 104/01, Rodrigo Elicio Muñoz Arcos et al. (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 11.443, Report No. 105/01, Washington Ayora Rodríguez (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 11.450, Report No. 106/01, Marco Vinicio Almeida Calispa (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 11.542, Report No. 107/01, Ángel Reiniero Vega Jiménez (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 11.574, Report No. 108/01, Wilberto Samuel Manzano (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 11.632, Report No. 109/01, Vidal Segura Hurtado (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 12.007, Report No. 110/01, Pompeyo Carlos Andrade Benítez (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Closed

Case 11.515, Report No. 63/03, Bolívar Franco Camacho Arboleda (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Closed 2018

Case 12.188, Report No. 64/03, Joffre José Valencia Mero, Priscila Fierro, Zoreida Valencia Sánchez, Rocío Valencia Sánchez (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Closed 2018

Case 12.394, Report No. 65/03, Joaquín Hernández Alvarado, Marlon Loor Argote and Hugo Lara Pinos (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 12.205, Report No. 44/06, José René Castro Galarza (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 12.207, Report No. 45/06, Lizandro Ramiro Montero Masache (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Closed 2018

Case 12.238, Report No. 46/06, Myriam Larrea Pintado (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

33%

Active

Case 12.558, Report No. 47/06, Fausto Mendoza Giler and Diógenes Mendoza Bravo (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Petition 533-05, Report No. 122/12, Julio Rubén Robles Eras (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 12.631, Report No. 61/13, Karina Montenegro et al. (Ecuador)

 

 

X

 

 

33%

Active

Case 11.312, Report No. 66/03, Emilio Tec Pop (Guatemala)

Link to Worksheets on matters of Guatemala under Follow up of Compliance

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 11.766, Report No. 67/03, Irma Flaquer

 

 

X

 

 

92%

Active

Case 11.197, Report No. 68/03, Community of San Vicente de los Cimientos (Guatemala)

 

 

X

 

 

43%

Active

Case 9.168, Report No. 29/04, Jorge Alberto Rosal Paz (Guatemala)

 

 

X

 

 

60%

Active

Petition 133-04, Report No. 99/05, José Miguel Mérida Escobar (Guatemala)

 

 

X

 

 

63%

Active

Case 11.422, Report No. 1/12, Mario Alioto López Sánchez (Guatemala)

 

 

X

 

 

60%

Active

Case 12,546, Report No. 30/12, Juan Jacobo Arbenz Guzmán (Guatemala)

 

 

X

 

 

88%

Active

Case 12.591, Report No. 123/12, Ángelica Jerónimo Juárez (Guatemala) [25]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 279-03, Report No. 39/15. Fredy Rolando Hernández Rodríguez et al. (Guatemala)

 

 

X

 

 

75%

Active

Case 11.805, Report No. 124/12, Carlos Enrique Jaco (Honduras) [26]

N/A

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.547, Report No. 62/13, Rigoberto Cacho Reyes (Honduras) [27]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.807, Report No. 69/03, José Guadarrama (Mexico) [28]

Link to Worksheets on matters of Mexico under Follow up of Compliance

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 388-01, Report 101/05 Alejandro Ortiz Ramírez (Mexico) [29]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 161-02, Report No. 21/07, Paulina del Carmen Ramírez Jacinto (Mexico) [30]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.822, Report No. 24/09, Reyes Penagos Martínez et al. (Mexico)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 12.642, Report No. 90/10, José Iván Correa Arévalo (Mexico)

 

 

X

 

 

83%

Active

Case 12.660, Report No. 91/10, Ricardo Ucán Seca (Mexico) [31]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.623, Report No. 164/10, Luis Rey García (Mexico) [32]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 318-05, Report No. 68/12, Gerónimo Gómez López (Mexico) [33]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.769, Report No. 65/14, Irineo Martínez Torres and Calendario (Mexico)

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed 2018

Case 12.813, Report No. 81/15, Blanca Olivia Contreras Vital et al. (Mexico)

 

 

X

 

 

78%

Active

Petition 1171-09, Report No. 15/16, Ananías Laparra and relatives (Mexico)

 

 

X

 

 

58%

Active

Case 12.847, Report No. 16/16, Vicenta Sanchez Valdivieso (Mexico)

 

 

X

 

 

67%

Active

Case 12.627, Report No. 92/17, Maria Nicolasa Garcia Reynoso (Mexico)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Case 12.848, Report No. 42/16, Mrs. N, (Panama) [34]

N/A

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.358, Report No. 24/13, Octavio Rubén González Acosta (Paraguay)

Link to Worksheets on matters of Paraguay under Follow up of Compliance

 

 

X

 

 

71%

Active

Petition 1097-06, Report No. 25/13, Miriam Beatriz Riquelme Ramírez (Paraguay) [35]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.035; Report No. 75/02(bis), Pablo Ignacio Livia Robles (Peru) [36]

Link to Worksheets on matters of Perú under Follow up of Compliance

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 11.149, Report No. 70/03 Augusto Alejandro Zúñiga Paz (Peru) [37]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.191, Report No. 71/03, María Mamerita Mestanza (Peru)

 

 

X

 

 

44%

Active

Case 12.078, Report No. 31/04, Ricardo Semoza Di Carlo (Peru)

 

 

X

 

 

83%

Active

Petition 185-02, Report No. 107/05, Roger Herminio Salas Gamboa (Peru) [38]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.033, Report No. 49/06, Rómulo Torres Ventocilla (Peru) [39]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 711-01 et al., Report No. 50/06, Miguel Grimaldo Castañeda Sánchez et al.; Petition 33-03 et al., Report No. 109/06, Héctor Núñez Julia et al. (Peru); Petition 732-01 et al.; Petition 758-01 et al., Report 20/07 Eulogio Miguel Melgarejo et al. (Peru); Petition 758-01, Report No. 71/07, Hernán Atilio Aguirre Moreno et al. (Peru)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Petition 494-04, Report No. 20/08, Romeo Edgardo Vargas Romero (Peru)

 

 

X

 

 

50%

Active

Petitions 71-06 et al., Report No. 22/11, Gloria José Yaquetto Paredes et al. (Peru)

 

 

X

 

 

80%

Active

Case 12.041, Report No. 69/14, M.M. (Peru) [40]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 288-08, Report No. 6916, Jesús Salvador Ferreyra González (Peru)

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed 2018

Petition 1339-07, Report No. 70/16, Tito Guido Gallegos Gallegos, (Peru)

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed 2018

Case 12.383, Report No. 137/17, Néstor Alejandro Albornoz Eyzaguirre (Peru) [41]

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed 2018

Case 12.174, Report No. 12/31, Israel Geraldo Paredes Acosta (Dominican Republic) [42]

N/A

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Petition 228-07, Report No. 18/10, Carlos Dogliani (Uruguay) [43]

N/A

X

 

 

 

 

100%

Closed

Case 12.555, Report No. 110/06, Sebastián Echaniz Alcorta and Juan Víctor Galarza Mendiola (Venezuela)

Link to Worksheets on matters of Venezuela under Follow up of Compliance

 

 

 

 

X

0%

Closed 2018

Case 11.706, Report No. 32/12, Yanomami indigenous people of Haximú (Venezuela)

 

 

X

 

 

60%

Active

Case 12.473, Report No. 63/13, Jesús Manuel Cárdenas et al. (Venezuela)

 

 

X

 

 

25%

Active

Total FSAs
published = 121

Total FSAs in Active Monitoring Phase = 67

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

47

 

 

PARTIAL

73

 

 

PENDING

1

 

 

 

Active matters: 65

Closed matters:
56


  1. The percentage of compliance was calculated taking into consideration the total number of measures established in each agreement as a 100%, and the number of clauses that have been totally complied with.
  2. See IACHR, Annual Report 2008, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 38-40.
  3. See IACHR, Annual Report 2015, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, para. 114.
  4. See IACHR, Annual Report 2011, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 159-164.
  5. See IACHR, Annual Report 2013, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 165 – 175.
  6. See IACHR, Annual Report 2016, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with Recommendations and Friendly Settlements in individual cases, paras. 194-205.
  7. See, IACHR, Annual Report 2014, Chapter II, Section D: States of Compliance with the Recommendations of the IACHR, paras. 173-181.
  8. See IACHR, Annual Report 2012, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 180-183.
  9. See IACHR, Annual Report 2013, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 225-252.
  10. See IACHR, Annual Report 2009, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 109-114.
  11. See IACHR, Annual Report 2009, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 115-119.
  12. See IACHR, Annual Report 2009, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 120-124.
  13. See IACHR, Friendly Settlement Report No. 103-14, Case 12.350, (M.Z.Bolivia), dated November 7, 2014.See IACHR, Annual Report 2015, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 290.
  14. See IACHR, Annual Report 2008, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 162-175.
  15. See IACHR, Annual Report 2007, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 187-190.
  16. . See IACHR, Annual Report 2007, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 191-194.
  17. See IACHR, Annual Report 2010, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 298-302.
  18. See IACHR, Annual Report 2010, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 303-306.
  19. See IACHR, Annual Report 2011, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 337-345.
  20. See IACHR, Annual Report 2011, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 346-354.
  21. See IACHR, Annual Report 2012, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 408-412.
  22. See IACHR, Annual Report 2010, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 329-333.
  23. See IACHR, Annual Report 2010, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 339-344.
  24. See IACHR, Annual Report 2008, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 283-286.
  25. See IACHR, Annual Report 2013, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 879-885.
  26. See IACHR, Friendly Settlement Report No. 124/12, Case 11.805 (Carlos Enrique Jaco), dated November 12, 2012.
  27. See IACHR, Annual Report 2014, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 956-960.
  28. See IACHR, Annual Report 2007, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 552-560.
  29. See IACHR, Annual Report 2007, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 561-562.
  30. See IACHR, Annual Report 2012, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 833-844.
  31. See IACHR, Annual Report 2012, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 876-881.
  32. See IACHR, Annual Report 2011, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 982-987.
  33. See IACHR, Friendly Settlement Report No. 68/12, Petition 318-05, (Gerónimo Gómez López vs. Mexico), dated July 17, 2012.
  34. See IACHR, Report No. 42/16, Case 12,848. Friendly Settlement. Mrs. N. Panama. September 25, 2016.
  35. See IACHR, Annual Report 2014, Chapter II, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 1101-1105.
  36. See IACHR, Annual Report 2005, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 332-335.
  37. See IACHR, Annual Report 2005, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 336 and 337.
  38. See IACHR, Annual Report 2013, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 1094 and 1107.
  39. See IACHR, Annual Report 2007, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 613-616.
  40. See IACHR, Friendly Settlement Report No. 69/14, Case 12.041 (M.M. vs. Peru), dated July 25, 2014.
  41. See IACHR, Report No. 135/17, Case 12,712. Friendly Settlement. Néstor Alejandro Albornoz Eyzaguirre October 25, 2017.
  42. See IACHR, Friendly Settlement Report No. 31/12, Case 12,174 (Israel Gerardo Paredes Acosta vs. Dominican Republic), dated March 20, 2012.
  43. See IACHR, Annual Report 2012, Chapter III, Section D: Status of Compliance with IACHR Recommendations, paras. 1033-1039.

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