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Action brought on 8 October 2007 - Tomas v Parliament

(Case F-116/07)

Language of the case: Lithuanian


Applicant: Stanislovas Tomas (Kerkrade, Netherlands) (represented by: M. Michalauskas, lawyer)

Defendant: European Parliament

Form of order sought

Annul the decision of the appointing authority to dismiss the applicant to the extent that it has not been annulled by the decision to reject the complaint, or annul the decision to reject the complaint to the extent that it has not annulled the dismissal decision;

Order the defendant to pay to the applicant the sum of EUR 125 000 as compensation for the non-material and material damage suffered by the applicant;

Order the defendant to pay the costs.

Pleas in law and main arguments

The applicant seeks annulment of the decision by which the appointing authority decided to dismiss him and compensation for the damage he suffered. In support of his action, he contends that there has been abuse of office by the appointing authority, infringement of several provisions of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Communities and infringement of Article 19 of the European Code of Good Administrative Behaviour, infringement of the principles applicable to the rights of the defence and to good administration and infringement of the Parliament's duty to have regard for the welfare of officials.