Action brought on 28 May 2012 – ZZ v Commission

(Case F-57/12)

Language of the case: Italian

Parties

Applicant: ZZ (represented by: G. Cipressa, lawyer)

Defendant: European Commission

Subject-matter and description of the proceedings

Application for annulment of the Commission’s decision to reduce the applicant’s invalidity allowance for the months of June to September 2011.

Form of order sought

Annul the Commission’s decision, in so far as, ultraque incerta sunt, it exists, rejecting the request of 19 October 2011;

Annul the Commission’s decision, in so far as, ultraque incerta sunt, it exits, rejecting the request of 20 October 2011;

Annul each of the decisions, if and to the extent that, ultraque incerta sunt, they exist, on the basis of which the Commission unlawfully deducted from each monthly instalment of the invalidity allowance to which the applicant was entitled for the months of June to September 2011 sums totalling EUR 1 661, and annul the decisions, if and to the extent that they exist, to make those deductions;

Order the Commission to pay to the applicant the sum of EUR 1 661, together with interest on that sum at the rate of 15% per annum, with annual capitalisation, from 27 October 2011 until the date on which sums in question are actually paid,

Order the Commission to pay the costs.