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C 82/54 EN Official Journal of the European Union 14.4.

2007

EUROPEAN UNION CIVIL SERVICE TRIBUNAL

Judgment of the Civil Service Tribunal of 1 March 2007 — Judgment of the Civil Service Tribunal of 1 March 2007 —
Sundholm v Commission Fardoom and Ashbrook v Commission

(Case F-30/05) (1) (Case F-72/05) (1)

(Officials — Evaluation — Career development report — (Officials — Reimbursement of expenses — Mission expenses
2003 assessment procedure — Obligation to state the reasons — Refusal to sign the travel orders requested in the context of
on which the report is based — Rights of the defence) union activities — Interest in bringing an action — Inadmis-
sibility)

(2007/C 82/113)
(2007/C 82/114)

Language of the case: French


Language of the case: French

Parties Parties

Applicant: Asa Sundholm (Brussels, Belgium) (represented by: Applicants: Mohammad Reza Fardoom (Roodt-sur-Syre, Luxem-
initially S. Orlandi, X. Martin, A. Coolen and E. Marchal, then bourg) and Michael Ashbrook (Strassen, Luxembourg) (repre-
S. Orlandi, J.-N. Louis, A. Coolen and E. Marchal, lawyers) sented by: initially G. Bounéou and F. Frabetti, then F. Frabetti,
lawyers)
Defendant: Commission of the European Communities (repre-
sented by: C. Barardis-Kayser and M. Velardo, Agents, assisted by Defendant: Commission of the European Communities (repre-
F. Herbert and L. Eskenazi, lawyers) sented by: G. Berscheid and V. Joris, Agents)

Re: Re:

Annulment of the applicant's staff development report for the Annulment of the Commission's decision not to sign the travel
2003 assessment procedure orders requested by the applicants in the context of their union
activities

Operative part of the judgment Operative part of the judgment

The Tribunal: The Tribunal:

1. Dismisses the application; 1. Dismisses the application;

2. Orders the parties to bear their own costs. 2. Orders the parties to bear their own costs.

(1) OJ C 193 of 6.8.2005, p. 31 (case initially registered before the (1) OJ C 229 of 17.9.2005 (case initially registered before the Court of
Court of First Instance of the European Communities as Case First Instance of the European Communities as Case T-291/05 and
T-197/05 and transferred to the Civil Service Tribunal of the Euro- transferred to the Civil Service Tribunal of the European Union by
pean Union by order of 15.12.2005). order of 15.12.2005).