Official Journal of the European Union
Action brought on 2 May 2022 — Lacapelle v Parliament
Language of the case: French
Applicant: Jean-Lin Lacapelle (Paris, France) (represented by: F.-P. Vos, lawyer)
Defendant: European Parliament
Form of order sought
The applicant claims that the Court should:
annul decision D-301937 of the Democracy Support and Election Coordination Group of 3 March 2022 excluding Mr Jean-Lin Lacapelle from taking part in election observation delegations of the European Parliament until the end of his parliamentary mandate (2019-2024);
order the European Parliament to pay the applicant the sum of EUR 3 000, on the basis of Articles 87 et seq. of the Rules of Procedure of the General Court.
Pleas in law and main arguments
In support of the action, the applicant relies on seven pleas in law which are, essentially, identical or similar to those relied upon in Case T-196/22, Mariani v Parliament.