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Decision in case 1793/2019/PL on the European Commission’s handling of an infringement complaint against Spain for its rules on State liability for breach of EU law

Kedd | 14 április 2020

The case concerned the way the European Commission handled an infringement procedure against Spain for its national rules on State liability for breach of EU law.

The Commission considered that the Spanish rules rendered State liability for a breach of EU law excessively difficult and sent Spain a formal request to comply with EU law in 2017. The complainant took issue with the time it was taking the Commission to bring Spain before the European Court of Justice.

During the Ombudsman’s inquiry, the Commission brought a case against Spain to the European Court of Justice. Thus, the Ombudsman found that no further inquiries were justified in this case.

Decision in case 1031/2019/PB on an alleged failure by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to explain how it assessed the complainant’s application for the job of a junior scientific officer

Hétfő | 06 április 2020

The case concerned an unsuccessful job applicant with the European Food Safety Authority who obtained high scores for most parts of his job application but zero points for one criterion, which appeared to him illogical.

The Ombudsman inquired into the matter and pointed out that the recruitment of staff to EU institutions and bodies is characterised by a fairly high degree of necessary formalism and rigour. The Ombudsman noted that this, for instance, reduces the possibility to infer experience and skills from related sources or material. In this case, the information provided by the complainant needed to be more specific.

The Ombudsman therefore found no maladministration and closed the case.

Decision in the joint inquiry in cases 1500/2019/TM and 1600/2019/TM concerning Frontex’s practice to require an official identification document from applicants for public access to its documents

Kedd | 17 március 2020

The case concerned the European Border and Coast Guard Agency’s (Frontex) practice to ask applicants for public access to documents for a copy of an official identification document or for their electronic signature.

The complainants considered that this practice does not ensure the easiest public access possible in a manner consistent with EU good administrative practice.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found that the requirements imposed by Frontex were justified and were not applied in a disproportionate manner.