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15.7.

2006 EN Official Journal of the European Union C 165/33

EUROPEAN UNION CIVIL SERVICE TRIBUNAL

Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (Second Chamber) of Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (Third Chamber) of 18
15 May 2006 — Schmit v Commission May 2006 –Corvoisier and Others v European Central
Bank
(Case F-3/05) (1)
(Case F-13/05) (1)
(Community officials — Promotion — Assessment — Time-
limit for complaint — Interest in bringing proceedings — (Staff of the European Central Bank — Vacancy notice —
Inadmissibility) Act adversely affecting staff — Pre-litigation procedure —
Inadmissibility)
(2006/C 165/65)
(2006/C 165/66)
Language of the case: French
Language of the case: French

Parties
Parties
Applicant: Nadine Schmit ((Ispra, Italy) (represented by: P.-P.
Van Gehuchten, P. Jadoul and Ph. Reyniers, lawyers) Applicants: Sandrine Corvoisier, Roberta Friz, Hundjy
Peurd'Homme and Elvira Rosati (Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany)
(represented by: G. Vandersanden and L. Levi, lawyers)
Defendant: Commission of the European Communities (repre-
sented by: J. Currall and L. Lozano Palacios, Agents)
Defendant: European Central Bank (represented by: H. Weenink
and K. Sugar, agents, assisted by B. Wägenbaur, lawyer)

Re:

Re:
First, application for annulment of the decision of 3 December
2003 by which the Commission did not include the applicant
among the officials promoted in the 2003 procedure; second, First, application for annulment of European Central Bank
application for annulment of the decision according to which vacancy notice ECB/156/04 aimed at filling six posts as Record
the applicant's competence, performance and conduct in the Management Specialists; second, application for annulment of
service were not the subject of a career development report for all decisions taken in implementation of the vacancy notice;
the 2001-2002 period; third, application for damages for the third, application for damages for the losses allegedly caused as
losses allegedly caused as a result of those decisions. a result of all of the aforementioned decisions.

Operative part of the order Operative part of the order

1. The action is dismissed as inadmissible; 1. The action is dismissed as inadmissible.

2. The parties are ordered to bear their own costs. 2. The parties are ordered to bear their own costs.

(1) OJ C 6 of 8.1.2005 (case initially registered before the Court of First (1) OJ C 132 of 28.5.2005 (case initially registered before the Court of
Instance of the European Communities under Case T-419/04 and First Instance of the European Communities under Case T-126/05
transferred to the Civil Service Tribunal of the European Union by and transferred to the Civil Service Tribunal of the European Union
order of 15.12.2005). by order of 15.12.2005).