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Action brought on 27 February 2007 - K v European Parliament

(Case F-15/07)

Language of the case: German


Applicant: K (represented by Dieter Struck)

Defendant: European Parliament

Form of order sought

annul the decision of the European Parliament of 29 November 2006 rejecting the applicant's application;

order the defendant to pay damages for pain and suffering and compensation;

declare the principle of equal treatment to have been infringed and deliberate and intentional harm to the applicant's general rights as an individual to have taken place;

declare the defendant to have infringed the principle of legitimate expectations and the obligation to give reasons for administrative acts, as also the principle of non-discrimination;

order the defendant to bear all the costs incurred in connection with the bringing of the action and the costs of the action itself.

Pleas in law and main arguments

The applicant, who was an official at the European Parliament from 1 January 1978, seeks damages for pain and suffering and compensation from the defendant by reason of conduct leading to the infringement of the applicant's general rights as an individual and the unusual circumstances which led to the applicant's retirement on the ground of ill health.