Judgment No. 556
1. THE ILO SHALL SUBMIT TO THE TRIBUNAL THE ITEMS MENTIONED UNDER 4(D) AND (F), INSOFAR AS THEY EXIST.
2. THE ILO SHALL SUPPLY TO THE TRIBUNAL, FOR NOTIFICATION TO THE COMPLAINANT, THE NAMES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SELECTION BOARD.
3. THE OTHER PRELIMINARY CLAIMS ARE DISMISSED.
The complainant is not entitled to consult any record of discussion by the Selection Board. "Members of selection boards would not feel free to discuss candidates independently in future if they were at risk of having their personal views divulged."
report; interlocutory order; order; confidential evidence; disclosure of evidence; competition; selection board; request by a party; selection procedure
Article 19 of the Rules of court "empowers the President to make such orders only in the interval between sessions. Thus when in session the Tribunal itself will order measures of investigation in accordance with Article 11(1) of its Rules."
ILOAT reference: ARTICLES 11 AND 19 OF THE RULES
competence of tribunal; interlocutory order; order; submissions; inquiry; iloat statute; investigation