26.1.2013   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 26/73


Action brought on 31 October 2012 — ZZ v Parliament

(Case F-129/12)

2013/C 26/151

Language of the case: French

Parties

Applicant: ZZ (represented by: L. Levi, C. Bernard-Glanz, A. Tymen, lawyers)

Defendant: European Parliament

Subject-matter and description of the proceedings

Annulment of the decision to dismiss the applicant and the decision rejecting his request for assistance seeking recognition of psychological harassment, and a claim for damages.

Form of order sought

Declare the present action admissible and well founded;

annul the decision to dismiss the applicant dated 19 January 2012;

annul the decision dated 20 March 2012, rejecting the applicant’s request for assistance of 22 December 2011;

if necessary, annul the decision of the Secretary-General of the European Parliament, dated 20 July 2012, received on 24 July 2012, rejecting the applicant’s complaint of 30 March 2012 against the decision to dismiss him;

if necessary, annul the decision of the Secretary-General of the European Parliament, dated 8 October 2012, received on 11 October 2012, rejecting the applicant’s complaint of 22 June 2012 brought against the decision rejecting his request for assistance;

order the Parliament to pay EUR 120 000 in damages;

order the Parliament to pay all the costs.