Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (Second Chamber) of 2 December 2013 – Pachtitis v Commission

(Case F-49/12)

(Civil Service – Open Competition EPSO/AD/77/06 – Access to documents – Request for access to answers to the admission tests – Annulment of the test results – No interest in bringing proceedings – No need to adjudicate)

Language of the case: Greek

Parties

Applicant: Dimitrios Pachtitis (Athens, Greece) (represented: initially by P. Giatagantzidis and K. Kyriazi, and subsequently by P. Giatagantzidis and A. Féréti, lawyers)

Defendant: European Commission (represented: initially by J. Currall and I. Chatzigiannis, and subsequently by J. Currall and D. Triantafyllou, acting as Agents)

Interveners in support of the applicant: Hellenic Republic (represented by: E.-M. Mamouna and K. Boskovits, acting as Agents)

Kingdom of Sweden (represented by: A. Falk and S. Johannesson, acting as Agents)

European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) (represented by: H. Hijmans, acting as Agent)

Operative part of the order

1.    There is no further need to adjudicate on the action.

2.    Mr Pachtitis and the European Commission shall bear their own respective costs.

3.    The Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Sweden and the European Data Protection Supervisor, as interveners, shall bear their own respective costs.