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Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (3rd Chamber) of 15 June 2016 — Stepien and Animali v Commission

(Case F-61/12) 1

(Civil service — Officials — Pensions — Transfer of national pension rights — Proposals concerning additional pensionable years — Act not having an adverse effect — Inadmissibility of the action — Application for a decision not going to the substance of the case — Article 83 of the Rules of Procedure)

Language of the case: French


Applicant: Beata Stepien (Brussels, Belgium) and Mario Animali (Brussels, Belgium) (represented by: initially D. de Abreu Caldas, A. Coolen, J.-N. Louis, É. Marchal and S. Orlandi, lawyers, then D. de Abreu Caldas, J.-N. Louis and S. Orlandi, lawyers, subsequently J.-N. Louis and S. Orlandi, lawyers, and, lastly, J.-N. Louis, lawyer)

Defendant: European Commission (represented by: initially J. Baquero Cruz and D. Martin, Agents, then J. Currall and G. Gattinara, Agents, subsequently G. Gattinara, Agent, lastly G. Gattinara and F. Simonetti, Agents)


Application for annulment of the proposals to transfer the pension rights acquired prior to entering the service of the Commission on the basis of a calculation which takes into account the new GIP entering into force after the applicants had submitted their requests to transfer their pension rights.

Operative part of the order

1.    The action is dismissed.

2.    Ms Beata Stepien and Mr Mario Animali shall bear their own costs and pay the costs incurred by the European Commission.


1 OJ C 227, 28/7/2012, p. 38.