Judgment No. 2299
The complaint is dismissed.
The complainant's application for the post of technically qualified member of a board of appeal was unsuccessful. "The complainant considers that he was discriminated against because the Selection Board did not grant him an interview. Obviously the Board decided that, in the light of the candidacies submitted, an interview would not be necessary because it considered that it made procedural sense not to call a candidate who, in its opinion, appeared to be unsuitable for the vacancy concerned, which does not preclude the possibility of comparing the merits of all the candidates in the event of a subsequent challenge."
procedure before the tribunal; evidence; competition; candidate; selection board; post; bias
"It is not for the Tribunal to appoint the complainant either to the post he applied for or to a specific grade, as he requests."
claim; competence of tribunal; iloat; grade; appointment; competition; post