Costa Rican In Vitro Fertilization Conflict Remains Undecided for 2013

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Costa Rica State fulfills this Dec. 21, a year without obeying the order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) to enable the practice of in vitro fertilization and affected couples have filed constitutional complaint.

    The ban imposed by Costa Rica to this technique since 2000 has been challenged by couples who filed the writ of amparo before the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, seeking compliance with the judgment.

    The lawyer for the plaintiff couples, Boris Molina, said to the press that this resource is intended for the judges to determine specifically who are the people who must comply with the judgment while asking for a conviction for damages for having these people waiting for one more year.

    Molina said that the judgment of the Commission was “immediate compliance” and that December 21 is the deadline for the Costa Rican State to provide its second report on the implementation of the judgment.

    Moreover, counsel filed a criminal complaint for breach of duty against the 57 members of the Legislative Assembly, which has already been accepted and launched investigations by the Public Ministry.

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