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Authority To Determine The Personal Scope

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One can distinguish between the three following main types of appointment in the practice of international organizations, the first being of an accessory nature: 1) probationary appointments, 2) permanent appointments, and 3) temporary appointments. The regulation of the fiscal treatment of international civil servants, be it in bilateral agreements between an international organization and a member, or through multilateral agreements between members, inevitably harbours the issue of autonomous interpretation of treaty concepts when it comes to the determining who shall be deemed to be an international civil servant for the purposes of the agreement in question.

Keywords: international civil servants; international organization



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