Judgment of the Civil Service Tribunal (Second Chamber) of 15 April 2010 -Angelidis v Parliament

(Case F-104/08) 1

(Civil service - Officials - Vacant post - Execution of a judgment annulling the appointing decision - Legitimate expectations - Principle of officials' entitlement to a career - Equal treatment - Principle of sound administration - Duty to have regard to the welfare of officials - Manifest error of assessment - Misuse of powers)

Language of the case: French


Applicant: Angel Angelidis (Luxembourg, Luxembourg) (represented by: É. Boigelot, lawyer)

Defendant: European Parliament (represented by: C. Burgos and S. Seyr, acting as Agents)


First, annulment of notice of vacancy No 12564 concerning the filling of the post of Director of the Directorate-General for Internal Policies of the European Union - Directorate D Budgetary Affairs of the European Parliament and the recruitment procedure initiated by that notice. Second, annulment of the decision to reject the applicant's candidacy for the post of Director of Budgetary Affairs of the Directorate-General for Internal Policies and to appoint another candidate to that post. Lastly, a claim for damages for the non-material and material loss suffered by the applicant and for him to be appointed to the grade of Director 'ad personam'.

Operative part of the judgment

The Tribunal:

Orders the European Parliament to pay the sum of EUR 1 000 to Mr Angelidis;

Dismisses the remainder of the action;

Orders the European Parliament to bear its own costs and pay one third of the costs of Mr Angelidis;

Orders Mr Angelidis to bear two thirds of his own costs.


1 - OJ C 44, 21.2.2009, p. 77.