Judgment No. 669
THE COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED.
The impugned decision is one of the Administrative Council. The Tribunal has ruled that cases challenging a general decision are irreceivable, since such a decision must ordinarily be followed by individual decisions against which appeal does lie.
decision; general decision; receivability of the complaint; application for quashing; executive body
"The general decision impugned* in this case puts no exact figure on the entitlement of the staff members concerned. That will be determined only when the administration comes to take individual decisions in pursuance of the general decision, viz. the Council's approval of the new text of [the] Article".
(*) amending a provision in the Service Regulations on benefits payable in the event of invalidity.
general decision; individual decision; receivability of the complaint; competence of tribunal; staff regulations and rules; amendment to the rules; provision; invalidity