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CJEU - C 261/13 P / Opinion

Peter Schönberger v European Parliament

Deciding Body type:
Court of Justice of the European Union
Deciding Body:
Advocate General Jääskinen
Type:
Opinion
Decision date:
17/07/2014
Key facts of the case:
 
(Appeal — Right to petition the European Parliament — Articles 20 TFEU and 227 TFEU — Article 44 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union — Lack of competence of the Committee on Petitions to rule on the questions raised — Decision to take no further action on the petition — Action for annulment — Act producing legally binding effects of such a kind as to affect the legal position of an individual — Article 263 TFEU)
 
Results (sanctions) and key consequences of the case:
 
92. I propose that the Court should:
  • dismiss the appeal, whilst substituting the grounds of the judgment under appeal;
  • order the appellant to bear his costs and to pay those of the European Parliament.