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Official Journal of the European Communities

C 259/23

ORDER OF THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE Auditors of the European Communities — application for suspension of operation of the decision of 15 May 2000

relieving the applicant from her position as team leader in the Italian section of the translation service — the President of the Court of First Instance made an order on 3 July 2000, the operative part of which is as follows:

of 28 June 2000

in Case T-338/99: Lily Karoline

Schuerer v Council of the

European Union ( 1 )

(Retirement pension — Weighting — Action for annulment

1.

The application for interim measures is dismissed.

— Inadmissibility)

2.

The costs are reserved.

(2000/C 259/41)

(Language of the case: German)

In Case T-338/99: Lily Karoline Schuerer, a former official

the Commission of the European Communities, residing in Munich (Germany), represented by H.J. Winzen and M. Anger- maier, Rechtsanwälte, Munich, with an address for service in

Luxembourg at the Chambers of M. Steil, 12 Rue d’Anvers, v Council of the European Union (Agents: M. Bauer and

applying

to the calculation of the applicant’s pension a weighting for Germany which was not fixed on the basis of the cost of living in Berlin, the Council has infringed the EC Treaty — the Court of First Instance (Third Chamber), composed of: K. Lenaerts, President, and J. Azizi and M. Jaeger, Judges; H. Jung, Registrar, made an order on 28 June 2000, the operative part of which is as follows:

P.M. Cossu) — application for a declaration that, by

of

1. The action is dismissed as inadmissible;

2. The applicant is to pay the costs.

Action brought on 15 May 2000 by Javier Reyna Gonza´- lez del Valle against the Commission of the European Communities

(Case T-130/00)

(2000/C 259/43)

(Language of the case: Spanish)

An action against the Commission of the European Communi- ties was brought before the Court of First Instance of the European Communities on 15 May 2000 by Javier Reyna Gonza´lez del Valle, residing in Madrid, represented by José Marı´a Valoria de Arana, lawyer.

The applicant claims that the Court should:

( 1 ) OJ C 79 of 18.3.2000.

ORDER OF THE PRESIDENT OF INSTANCE

THE COURT OF FIRST

‘partially’ annul the Commission’s decisions appointing the applicant initially as a probationer official (decision of 28 March 1989, taking effect from 1 March 1989) and subsequently as an official definitively classed in grade B3 (decision of 14 November 1989, taking effect from 1 December 1989), but only inasmuch as those decisions classified him in grade 3 of category B instead of grade 1, that being the grade corresponding to him;

declare that the applicant is entitled to pecuniary compen-

sation corresponding to the remuneration which he

of 3 July 2000 would have received if, as should have happened, he had

been appointed a grade B1 official, and which he did not receive, during the period running from his appointment as a probationer official to the present time, together with interest at the statutory rate;

in Case T-163/00 R: Rosemarie Carotti v Court of Audi- tors of the European Communities

(Proceedings for interim relief — Admissibility)

(2000/C 259/42)

— order the Commission to pay the costs.

(Language of the case: French)

Pleas in law and main arguments

The applicant in the present case contests his appointment in grade 3 of category B. He maintains in that connection that

In Case T-163/00 R: Rosemarie Carotti, an official of the

Court of Auditors of the European Communities, residing in that appointment must be regarded as erroneous, inasmuch Luxembourg, represented by G. Vogel and F. Burg, of the as, having been called to attend interviews in competitions Luxembourg Bar, with an address for service in Luxembourg COM/B/611 (B 1) and COM/B/612 (B 2/3), the applicant never at the latter’s Chambers, 42 Boulevard Joseph II, v Court of attended the interview corresponding to the latter competition.