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15.7.

2006 EN Official Journal of the European Union C 165/23

Pleas in law and main arguments not have jurisdiction at the time the order was made as it
should already have referred Case T-4/05 to the European
The period for transposing the directive expired on 12 October Union Civil Service Tribunal in December 2005 on the basis of
2004. the abovementioned provision.
Furthermore, the appellant submits that the Court of First
(1) OJ 2003 L 96, p. 16. Instance erred in procedure as it did not substantiate the
contested order with reference to a number of independent
grounds on which the action was based.
Moreover, the Court of First Instance infringed Community law
by wrongly interpreting the concept of ‘an act adversely
affecting him’ which is used in Article 90(2) and 90a of the
Staff Regulations. It did this by wrongly interpreting the
Appeal brought on 28 May 2006 by Guido Strack against concept itself and not taking into consideration previous case-
the order made on 22 March 2006 by the Court of First law, wrongly interpreting the rules in Articles 22a, 22b and 43
Instance (First Chamber) in Case T-4/05, Guido Strack v of the Staff Regulations, the fundamental right to physical and
Commission of the European Communities mental integrity and the principle of effective judicial protec-
(Case C-237/06 P) tion, and by misjudging the nature of claims for damages.

(2006/C 165/43) Lastly, the appellant also submits that the Court of First
Instance made procedural errors, which are apparent from the
Language of the case: German case-file due to incorrect findings of fact and an incorrect legal
assessment of the facts as regards the OLAF investigations, and
also the illogical presentation thereof in the statement of
Parties
reasons in the order.
Appellant: Guido Strack (represented by: L. Füllkrug, Rechtsan-
walt)
Other party to the proceedings: Commission of the European (1) OJ C 121, 20.05.2006, p. 12
Communities

Form of order sought


— Set aside the order of the Court of First Instance (First
Chamber) of 22 March 2006 in Case T-4/05 Guido Strack v
Commission of the European Communities (1)
Order of the President of the Sixth Chamber of the Court
— Annul the decision of 5 February 2004 to close the OLAF
of 15 February 2006 — Commission of the European
investigation number OF/2002/0356 and the final case
Communities v Italian Republic
report (NT/sr D(2003)-AC-19723-01687 of 5 February
2004) on which that decision was based (Case C-21/05) (1)
— Order the Commission of the European Communities to
pay the costs (2006/C 165/44)
Language of the case: Italian
Pleas in law and main arguments
In his appeal the appellant submits that the Court of First The President of the Sixth Chamber has ordered that the case
Instance made procedural errors and infringed the rule of Com- be removed from the register.
munity law in Article 3(3) of Council Decision 2004/752/EC,
Euratom of 2 November 2004 establishing the European
Union Civil Service Tribunal. The Court of First Instance did (1) OJ C 69, 19.03.2005.