Administrative Tribunal of the Organization of American States
Tribunal administratif de l'Organisation des Etats américains
Tribunal Administrativo de la Organización de los Estados Americanos
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Established 22 Apr 1971, within the framework of D-XD3030 - OAS, by Resolution AG/RES 34 (I-O/71), at its 9th plenary session. Statutes approved by the Permanent Council, 16 Jul 1971; amended at plenary sessions: 1 May 1974; 31 Oct 1979; 5 Jun 1997; 4 Jun 2012.
Settle disputes in which General Secretariat staff members allege nonobservance of the conditions established in their respective appointments or contracts, or violation of the General Standards for the operation of the General Secretariat or other applicable provisions, including those concerning the Retirement and Pension Plan of the General Secretariat.
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Tribunal is composed of 6 members who must be nationals of 6 different OAS member states elected in their personal capacities by General Assembly for 6-year terms, and re-elected only once.
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