Judgment No. 688
THE COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED.
The complainant has been employed under fixed-term contracts since 1976. He claims to be entitled to an appointment of indeterminate duration by virtue of national legislation. The Tribunal will not rule on the applicability of national legislation. It limits itself to noting that if national legislation is applicable, the Tribunal has no power of review and if it is not applicable, the Tribunal must examine the alleged breaches of Staff Regulations by the organisation; it finds no evidence of a breach.
competence of tribunal; domestic law; contract; fixed-term; successive contracts; permanent; right