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Action brought on 27 December 2006 -Dragoman v Commission

(Case F-147/06)

Language of the case: French


Applicant: Adriana Dragoman (Brussels, Belgium) (represented by: S. Mihailescu, lawyer)

Defendant: Commission of the European Communities

Form of order sought

annul the decision of the selection board of Open Competition EPSO/AD/44/06-CJ for the constitution of a reserve for future recruitment of lawyer-linguists having Romanian as their principal language to award a mark of 18/40 for written test (b) to the applicant and not to admit her to the oral test of that competition;

order the defendant to pay the costs.

Pleas in law and main arguments

In support of her action, the applicant raises two pleas in law, the first of which is divided into two branches. The first refers to the infringement of the rules governing the work of the selection board, in that it assessed the tests by taking account rather of the comprehension of the source languages than of the precision of the translation into Romanian. The second refers to the infringement of the provisions of the competition notice relating to proper establishment and publication of the names of the members of the selection board. Such publication took place three days before the date of the tests, whereas the competition notice provided for a minimum of 15 days.

In her second plea, the applicant alleges breach of the principle of the obligation to state reasons, insofar as the assessment carried out by the selection board gives no precise details regarding the parameters used in correction of the tests.