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Judgment No. 171

Decision

1. The claims brought against the ILO are dismissed inasmuch as they are submitted to a tribunal which is not competent to hear them.
2. The remainder of the complainant's claims is dismissed.

Considerations

Extract:

the complaint, filed by a former official of iaea and fao, is directed against the ilo, an organisation in which he has never served. "such a complaint is not one which the administrative tribunal is competent to hear under the provisions of article ii of its statute."

Reference(s)

ILOAT reference: ARTICLE II ILOAT STATUTE

Keywords

locus standi; status of complainant; receivability of the complaint; competence of tribunal

Considerations

Extract:

"...according to article vi of the statute, "the tribunal shall take decisions by a majority vote; judgments shall be final and without appeal." accordingly, if [the complainant] is requesting the tribunal to quash its earlier judgments nos. 142 and 151 ... his claims are irreceivable."

Reference(s)

ILOAT reference: ARTICLE VI ILOAT STATUTE
ILOAT Judgment(s): 142, 151

Keywords

finality of judgment; receivability of the complaint; last instance; judgment of the tribunal; iloat statute; application for quashing



 
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