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(iii) For abandonment of post;

(iv) If the necessities of the service require abolition of the post, change of the functions of the post, or reduction of staff;

(v) For such other reason as may be specifed in the letter of appointment; (b) The Secretary-General may also, giving his or her reasons therefor, terminate the appointment of a staff member who holds a permanent appointment:

(i) If the conduct of the staff member indicates that the staff member does not meet the highest standards of integrity required by article 167, paragraph 2, of the Convention;

(ii) If facts anterior to the appointment of the staff member and relevant to his suitability come to light that, if they had been known at the time of his or her appointment, should, under the standards established in the Convention and these Regulations, have precluded his or her appointment;

(iii) If, in the case of an alleged violation of the obligations of a staff member under article 168, paragraph 2, of the Convention, the tribunal referred to in regulation 10.3 has recommended the dismissal of the staff member concerned;

No termination under subparagraphs (i) and (ii) shall take place until the matter has been considered and reported on by a special advisory board appointed for that purpose by the Secretary-General.

(c) The Secretary-General may terminate the appointment of a staff member who holds a permanent appointment if, in the stated opinion of the Secretary-General, such action would be in the interest of the good administration of the Authority provided that the action is not contested by the staff member concerned. (d) The Secretary-General may terminate the appointment of a staff member with a fxed-term appointment prior to the expiration date for any of the reasons specifed in subparagraphs (a), (b) and (c) above, or for such other reason as may be specifed in the letter of appointment.

(e) In the case of all other staff members, including staff members serving a probationary period for a permanent appointment, the Secretary-General may, at any time, terminate the appointment, if in his or her opinion, such action would be in the interest of the Authority.

Regulation 9.2

(a) If the Secretary-General terminates an appointment, the staff member shall be given such notice and such indemnity payments as may be applicable under these Regulations and the Staff Rules. However, no termination indemnity shall be paid to a staff member who is summarily dismissed under staff regulation 10.2; to a staff member who is dismissed upon recommendation by a tribunal as provided in regulation 9.1 (b) (iii), or to a staff member who abandons his or her post. Rates and conditions for payment of termination indemnity are specifed in annex I to the present Regulations.

Staff Regulations, Reg. 9.1-9.2

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