Action brought on 21 January 2008 - Aayhan and Others v European Parliament

(Case F-10/08)

Language of the case: French

Parties

Applicants: Laleh Aayhan (Strasbourg, France) and Others (represented by: R. Blindauer, lawyer)

Defendant: European Parliament

The subject-matter and description of the proceedings

Annulment of the European Parliament's decision of 25 October 2007 rejecting the complaint brought by the applicants on 21 June 2007 for the purpose of having all the fixed-term contracts between them and the Parliament converted into a single contract for an indefinite period.

Form of order sought

Annul the decision of the Secretary General of the European Parliament, the Appointing Authority, of 25 October 2007 expressly rejecting the complaint lodged with the Parliament on 27 June 2007;

Consider all the fixed-term contracts between the applicants and the European Parliament as a single contract for an indefinite period, continuing in effect beyond 1 January 2007;

Re-employ all the applicant members of staff on the basis of contracts for an indefinite period with the European Parliament;

Grant each applicant member of staff an indemnity in respect of all the periods worked since the beginning of their employment equivalent to the right to paid leave which they have acquired through their work;

Take note of the fact that the applicants regard the decision of 20 April 2007 as the rejection of a complaint and have already brought an action before the Civil Service Tribunal.

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