1. I am voting in favor of the adoption of the present Judgment of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the case of the “Juvenile Reeducation Institute” vs. Paraguay. This judgment follows the same line of reasoning that the Court introduced in the now historic and paradigmatic case of the “Street Children” vs. Guatemala (Villagrán Morales et al., 1999-2001) and depicts a reality that is everyday life across Latin America (and other regions of the world). The case also demonstrates that the human conscience has evolved to the point where justice can be done and the rights of even the most vulnerable elements of society protected by granting them, like any other human being, direct access to an international court to lay claim to their rights, as plaintiffs with full standing. With regard to the present Judgment that the Court has just adopted, I feel compelled to share my thoughts on two points in order to explain my position on the matter. I refer, specifically, to the questions of the subjectivity [titularité] of rights in extremely adverse situations, and the broad scope of due process of law.