Communication: judgment No. 0129 of 2019

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62019TA0129
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Communication: judgment

Judgment



23.5.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 207/33


Judgment of the General Court of 23 March 2022 — Necci v Commission

(Case T-129/19 RENV) (1)

(Civil service - Contract staff - Social security - JSIS - Rejection of the application for membership following a transfer of pension rights - Condition relating to a period of employment of more than three years - Article 95 of the CEOS - Article 34(1) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights - Article 45 TFEU)

(2022/C 207/43)

Language of the case: French

Parties

Applicant: Claudio Necci (Brussels, Belgium) (represented by: S. Orlandi, lawyer)

Defendant: European Commission (represented by: B. Mongin and T. Bohr, acting as Agents)

Interveners in support of the defendant: European Parliament (represented by: J. Van Pottelberge and I. Terwinghe, acting as Agents), Council of the European Union (represented by: M. Bauer and M. Alver, acting as Agents)

Re:

By his action under Article 270 TFEU, the applicant seeks annulment of the decision of the European Commission of 18 April 2018 by which it impliedly rejected his application for membership of the Joint Sickness Insurance Scheme of the Institutions of the European Communities (JSIS) submitted on 18 December 2017.

Operative part of the judgment

The Court:

1.

Dismisses the action;

2.

Orders the European Commission to bear its own costs and those incurred by Mr Claudio Necci relating to the appeal proceedings before the Court of Justice, in Case C-202/20 P;

3.

Orders Mr Necci to pay the costs relating to the appeal proceedings before the General Court, in Case T-129/19 RENV, and relating to the initial proceedings before the General Court, in Case T-129/19;

4.

Orders the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union to bear their own costs relating to Case T-129/19 and to the present proceedings on referral.


(1)  OJ C 155, 6.5.2019.



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