Judgment No. 2194
THE COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED.
"The right to equal treatment requires that situations which are the same or similar be governed by the same rules and that dissimilar situations be governed by rules that take account of the dissimilarity. The authority, which is required to give equal treatment to dissimilar situations, has a broad discretion in adopting rules that take into account that dissimilarity (see Judgment 1990, under 7)."
Jugement(s) TAOIT: 1990
equal treatment; written rule; discretion; definition; difference; right