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Judgment No. 2136

Decision

1. THE COMPLAINTS ARE RECEIVABLE.
2. THE ESO IS INVITED TO SUBMIT ITS ARGUMENTS ON THE MERITS WITHIN THIRTY DAYS OF THE DATE OF NOTIFICATION OF THIS JUDGMENT.
3. THE TRIBUNAL STAYS ITS JUDGMENT ON THE COMPLAINTS UNTIL IT HAS RECEIVED SUFFICIENT INFORMATION TO RULE ON THEM.

Consideration 8

Extract:

"Regrettably, the [Organisation] has confined its submissions to a challenge as to the receivability of the complaints. As a result, the Tribunal is unable to render a final judgment. The Tribunal orders further submissions on the merits. Before ruling on the case, it invites the [Organisation] to submit its arguments within thirty days of the date of notification of this judgment. The Tribunal shall stay its judgment on the merits until it has received sufficient information to decide on the case (on this issue, see Judgment 499)."

Reference(s)

ILOAT Judgment(s): 499

Keywords

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