The current state of compliance with the reparation measures ordered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights to Venezuela to claim political rights

The relationship between Venezuela and the Inter-American System for the protection of human rights has undergone a series of abrupt changes and profound disagreements in recent years. The Inter-American Court of Human Rights has ruled on six occasions on the violation of the right contained in Article 23 of the American Convention on Human Rights with respect to Venezuela.
Knowing the current state of compliance with the reparation measures ordered by the Court in the above cases can outline an overview of how regional justice helped to vindicate human rights violations in an adverse political climate for supranational institutions. The political crisis in Venezuela is still far from over, however, the Court's precedents, together with the inter-American standards set to date, may help to discern a way out that is consistent with the regional consensus on the rights that should govern a democratic society.