Judgment No. 265
THE COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED.
"The Director-General of the organisation, by virtue of the general authority conferred on him as such and in the interests of efficiency, is empowered to change the duties assigned to his subordinates provided that that change is not tainted with any flaw which entitles the Tribunal to interfere. In the present case it is not disputed that the change was not so tainted. In particular, it does not appear from the documents in the dossier that the impugned decision was taken from any motive other than a desire to promote work efficiency."
amendment to the rules; assignment; special post allowance; judicial review; discretion; organisation's interest; consequence; discontinuance