Judgment No. 1427
1. THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SHALL PAY THE COMPLAINANT THE SUM OF 500 UNITED STATES DOLLARS IN MORAL DAMAGES.
2. IT SHALL PAY HIM 200 DOLLARS IN COSTS.
The Organization did not execute the judgment ordering it to reinstate the complainant as promptly as it should have. It caused him "needless uncertaintyby requiring him to apply for vacancies and by ignoring his request for reinstatement in the vacant post of storekeeper [which he formerly held]. It thus virtually compelled him to come back to the Tribunal".
application for execution; moral injury; judgment of the tribunal; execution of judgment; organisation's duties; vacancy; reinstatement
The complainant is entitled to "moral damages for the injury due to the thwarting of his legitimate expectation of prompt and correct execution of the Tribunal's judgment."
application for execution; moral injury; administrative delay; judgment of the tribunal; execution of judgment; organisation's duties; legitimate expectation