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The Point of View of Tribunal Members

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This chapter presents the point of view of the tribunal members on international administrative law. Improving the practice of tribunals in regard to revision is an important part of improving that process of adjudication. The chapter refers to two sets of cases decided by the International Labour Organization (ILO) Administrative Tribunal which fortify the view that the right to revision ought to be wider than many judgments say it is. It then addresses the question of how best to articulate the relationship between the administrative tribunal and the institution. With respect to international administrative tribunals in general, it has been proposed by the General Assembly Joint Inspection Unit (JIU) that there be created an exhaustive, comparative table of the jurisprudence of the international administrative tribunals, particularly those within the UN family.

Keywords:international administrative law; international administrative tribunals; jurisprudence



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