Action brought on 27 April 2008 - Ortega Serrano v Commission

(Case F-48/08)

Language of the case: Spanish


Applicant: Antonio Ortega Serrano (Cádiz, Spain) (represented by: A. Ortega Serrano, lawyer)

Defendant: Commission of the European Communities

Subject-matter and description of the proceedings

Annulment of the decision of the selection board in competition EPSO/AD/26/05 not to include the applicant's name on the list of successful candidates.

Form of order sought

Annul the decision not to include the applicant's name in the reserve list of competition EPSO/AD/26/05 or to afford him the opportunity of taking the oral test again;

Order the Commission to set a new date for the oral test;

Order the Commission to state the reasons for its decision EPSO/900/R;

Grant the applicant access to the records of the oral test;

Grant the applicant access to all the documents which form part of his personal file;

Declare that the applicant, who is a lawyer practising before the Spanish courts, may represent himself;

Order the examination of the personal files of all the candidates whose names are included in the list of successful candidates in order to verify that all of them have a level of education which corresponds to completed university studies of at least three years attested by a diploma in law and that they submitted their applications within the time limits and in the correct form;

Declare the documents presented as annexes in French and English to be admissible;

Order the defendant to pay the costs.