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Decision of the European Ombudsman on complaint 2192/2004/PB against the European Commission


THIS COMPLAINT WAS TREATED AS CONFIDENTIAL. THE DECISION HAS THEREFORE BEEN ANONYMISED. THE MASCULINE FORM HAS BEEN USED THROUGHOUT.

Strasbourg, 14 September 2004

Dear Mr X.,

I write with regard to your complaint of 16 July 2004, concerning your request for information on the number of German nationals who work for the Commission's Directorate-Generals. In your complaint, you alleged that the Commission had wrongly refused to provide you with this information.

On 1 September 2004, I sent a request for opinion to the Commission, and informed you accordingly. On 7 September 2004, you phoned my legal officer responsible for the handling of your complaint, Mr Peter Bonnor, to inform him that you wished to withdraw your complaint because you had received the information requested by email on 10 August 2004 from the Commission's Directorate-General for Personnel and Administration.

In accordance with your request, I have closed my inquiry into your complaint, and informed the Commission of my decision.

Yours sincerely,

 

P. Nikiforos DIAMANDOUROS