Practice Relating to Rule 150. Reparation
Uruguay’s Law on Cooperation with the ICC (2006) states:
14.1. The State shall be responsible for the reparation of victims of the crimes set out in Titles I to III of Part II of the present law [which include war crimes] committed in the territory of the Republic or abroad by agents of the State or by persons who were not agents of the State but who acted under the authorization, support or acquiescence of State agents.
14.2. The reparation of the victim must be comprehensive and include indemnity … and must be extended to the victim’s relatives or to the group or community to which the victim belongs. “Relatives” are understood as the group of persons united by the bond of marriage or parenthood as well as by the act of cohabiting or maintaining a common form of life.