Judgment No. 2236
THE COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED.
"The right to intervene in a complaint filed before the Tribunal is available to persons who wish to claim the benefit of the judgment rendered on that complaint, without having themselves exhausted the remedies available to them. since the intervener has availed himself of the internal remedies and filed a complaint before the Tribunal on which judgment is delivered this day, his application to intervene is, therefore, irreceivable."
complaint; status of complainant; intervention; receivability of the complaint; internal appeal; judgment of the tribunal; intention of parties; consequence; effect; request by a party; right