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Decision in case 668/2016/EIS on the failure by the European Commission to provide proper replies to a complainant about his concerns related to a state aid issue in Germany

Trečiadienis | 06 gruodžio 2017

The case concerned the European Commission’s failure to provide proper replies to a complainant who had complained about a state aid issue in Germany. The complainant took the view that Germany was violating the EU state aid rules because of its new funding scheme for public broadcasting. The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found that, since the Commission ultimately provided an adequate reply, there was no maladministration.  

Sprendimas byloje 1179/2014/LP - Europos ombudsmenės sprendimas byloje 1179/2014/LP dėl „suinteresuotųjų subjektų“ dalyvavimo Komisijos vykdomuose valstybės pagalbos tyrimuose

Penktadienis | 23 rugsėjo 2016

Skundo pateikėjas tvirtino, kad įsigaliojus Europos Sąjungos pagrindinių teisių chartijai Komisijos praktika pažeidė Chartijos 41 straipsnį (teisė į gerą administravimą) ir 47 straipsnį (teisė į veiksmingą teisinę gynybą ir teisingą bylos nagrinėjimą).

Ombudsmenė ištyrė šį klausimą ir nustatė, kad Komisijos praktika atitiko susijusius valstybės pagalbos procedūrinius reglamentus ir ES teismų jurisprudenciją dėl suinteresuotųjų subjektų procedūrinių teisių. Tai, kad pagalbos gavėjai ir kiti suinteresuotieji subjektai negali susipažinti su Komisijos valstybės pagalbos byla, rodo nedidelį jų vaidmenį vykdant valstybės pagalbos tyrimus ir tai, kad valstybės pagalbos tyrimas pradedamas prieš valstybę narę, o ne pagalbos gavėją. Todėl ombudsmenė nustatė, kad tai nebuvo netinkamo administravimo atvejis.

Decision of the European Ombudsman closing the inquiry into complaint 577/2014/MDC on the European Commission's refusal to grant access, pursuant to Council Regulation 1225/2009, to a request for review concerning the expiry of anti-dumping duties on ammonium nitrate imports from Russia

Ketvirtadienis | 17 kovo 2016

The case concerned the European Commission's refusal to grant the complainant, an interested party, access to the Union industry's initial request to extend anti-dumping duties on ammonium products from Russia. The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found that the Commission's refusal was not grounded in light of the applicable provisions of the anti-dumping Regulation and may have impaired the complainant's rights of defence in that procedure. She thus recommended to the Commission that it disclose the relevant request.

Although the Commission disagreed with the Ombudsman's finding of maladministration, it accepted her recommendation to disclose the relevant request. The Ombudsman therefore closed the case.

Decision of the European Ombudsman closing the inquiry into complaint 1731/2013/PHP concerning the European Commission's handling of three alleged cases of State Aid to football clubs in Spain and a related request for access to documents

Ketvirtadienis | 11 vasario 2016

This case concerned the European Commission's handling of information submitted by the complainant, alleging three cases of unlawful State aid granted to Spanish football clubs. The complainant argued that the Commission had failed to decide within a reasonable time whether it should open a formal investigation into the allegedly illegal State aid. Since, in the complainant's view, the Commission was failing to take action, the complainant made a request for access to some documents related to two of these cases. The Commission refused to give access on grounds of the protection of the purpose of the investigations.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found no maladministration on either issue by the Commission. She has therefore closed the case.

Decision of the European Ombudsman in case 2086/2014/EIS concerning an alleged conflict of interest in the European Commission's handling of a procedure for infringement of competition law

Pirmadienis | 30 lapkričio 2015

The case concerned an alleged conflict of interest by a former Commissioner in a Commission decision not to investigate an antitrust complaint made to the Commission. The antitrust complaint to the Commission alleged an infringement of EU competition rules by the Union of European Football Associations ('UEFA'). The complainant considered that the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations ('the FFP') are unlawful insofar as they require that, over a period of three years, the relevant income of a football club has to at least match its relevant expenses. The Commission decided not to investigate the complaint on the grounds that the issue did not constitute a priority for it. In the complainant's view, this decision was influenced by the Commissioner in charge who had a conflict of interest, as he was an "associate" and a strong supporter of one particular club for which the FFP are advantageous.The complainant also pointed to the fact that the Commissioner had issued a joint declaration with the UEFA president, expressing support for the FFP, more than a year prior to his complaining to the Commission.

The Commission argued that the former Commissioner had no legal, financial, organisational or other form of ties with the football club in question. It added that the joint declaration made by the Commissioner and the UEFA president was completely unrelated to the complainant's complaint, as it did not express any views on the FFP from an antitrust point of view.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found no maladministration by the Commission. She thus closed the case.

Sprendimas byloje 1021/2014/PD - Sprendimas dėl Europos Komisijos pareiškimų, susijusių su vykstančiu tyrimu dėl kartelio

Trečiadienis | 11 lapkričio 2015

2012 ir 2014 m. tuometinė už konkurenciją atsakinga Europos Komisijos narė padarė viešus pareiškimus, susijusius su vykstančiu tyrimu dėl galimo kartelio. Viena iš tiriamų bendrovių pateikė skundą ombudsmenei nurodydama, kad pareiškimais buvo pažeistas nešališkumo principas, nes iš jų buvo galima susidaryti nuomonę, kad Komisijos narė jau yra apsisprendusi dėl būsimo galutinio tyrimo rezultato.

Ombudsmenė nustatė, kad kai kurie Komisijos narės vieši pareiškimai galėtų būti pagrįstai suprantami kaip reiškiantys, kad Komisija arba Komisijos narė jau priėmė sprendimą dėl vykstančio tyrimo rezultato ir kad tai yra netinkamo administravimo atvejis. Ombudsmenė pateikė rekomendaciją, kurią Komisija iš esmės pripažino. Todėl ombudsmenė baigė bylą priimdama išvadą dėl netinkamo administravimo, nustatyto dėl buvusios Komisijos narės viešų pareiškimų 2012 ir 2014 m.

Decision of the European Ombudsman closing the inquiry into complaint 400/2014/DK against the European Commission

Pirmadienis | 08 birželio 2015

The case concerned the European Commission's alleged failure to inform the complainant about the priority status of his State aid complaint.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue. In the course of her inquiry, the Commission informed the complainant that his complaint was not treated as a priority case. However, the Commission did not explain the reasons for its decision. The Ombudsman therefore closed the complaint with a critical remark concerning the Commission's failure to inform the complainant about why it had given a low priority status to his state aid complaint.

Decision of the European Ombudsman closing the inquiry into complaint 1381/2014/PL against the European Commission

Ketvirtadienis | 07 gegužės 2015

The case concerned an alleged failure by the European Commission to decide within a reasonable period of time on the State aid allegedly granted by the Netherlands to the shipbuilding sector. The Ombudsman opened an inquiry into the case following which the Commission finalised its preliminary assessment, concluding that the measures in question do not constitute State aid. The Ombudsman found there had not been any maladministration and closed the case.

Decision of the European Ombudsman closing the inquiry into complaint 1500/2014/FOR against the European Commission

Ketvirtadienis | 13 lapkričio 2014

The Ombudsman's inquiry concerned an alleged delay by the Commission in providing Infineon, a German IT company, which the Commission suspected to be a member of the Smart Card Chips cartel, with access to key evidence that the Commission intended to use against that company.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found that the Commission had, without any good reason, delayed in providing access to that evidence, despite the fact that it was fully aware of the importance and relevance of that evidence. By incurring that delay, the Commission risked compromising its investigation.

The Ombudsman therefore criticised the Commission for the delay in giving Infineon access to that evidence.

A State aid complaint against the Netherlands

Pirmadienis | 11 rugpjūčio 2014

A State aid complaint against the Netherlands

Pirmadienis | 11 rugpjūčio 2014