"To comply with its Convention-based obligation to establish within their domestic laws an effective recourse in the terms of the Convention, the States must provide accessible recourses to all persons to protect their rights. If a specific judicial action is the recourse destined by the law to obtain the restitution of the right that is considered violated, any person who holds title to that right must be genuinely able to file it. "
OAS (IACHR): Case of Castañeda Gutman v. México, par. 106

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Case of Castañeda Gutman v. México


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