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CJEU Case T-402/18 / Judgment

Roberto Aquino and Others v European Parliament.

Deciding Body type:
Court of Justice of the European Union
Deciding Body:
General Court (Sixth chamber, Extended Composition)
Type:
Decision
Decision date:
29/01/2020

Key facts of the case:

Civil service — Strike action by interpreters — Measures for the requisition of interpreters adopted by the European Parliament — No legal basis — Liability — Non-material damage.

Outcome of the case:

On those grounds, THE GENERAL COURT (Sixth Chamber, Extended Composition) hereby:

  1. Annuls the decision of 2 July 2018 of the Director-General for Personnel of the European Parliament requisitioning interpreters and conference interpreters for 3 July 2018;
  2. Orders the Parliament to pay the sum of EUR 500 each to Barbara Carli-Ganotis, Claudine de Seze, Maria Corina Diaconu Olszewski, Maria Provata, Irène Sevastikoglou and Benedetta Tissi;
  3. Dismisses the action as to the remainder;
  4. Orders the Parliament to bear its own costs and to pay those incurred by the applicants requisitioned by the decision of 2 July 2018, including the costs relating to the interim measures proceedings and those relating to the intervention of the Council of the European Union;
  5. Orders the applicants requisitioned by the decisions adopted after the action was brought to bear their own costs;
  6. Orders the Council to bear its own costs.