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Parliamentary questions
11 June 2013
Joint answer given by Mr Füle on behalf of the Commission
Written questions :E-003330/13 , E-003386/13

By its judgment of 27th November 2012 (Case T-17/10 Steinberg v European Commission), the Court of Justice dismissed the application referred to by the Honourable Members as, in part manifestly inadmissible and, in part, lacking any foundation in law.

There is no differentiation of treatment regarding procedures on openness and transparency between Israel and Palestine and any of the countries referred to in the questions.

Concerning the information provided on funding and procedures and decisions taken in this regard, the Commission refers the Honourable Members to the text of the judgment in question for details of the arguments presented and the reasoned conclusions of the Court(1).

Evaluations are organised in accordance with the Treaty of the European Union, the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights Regulation, public information directives and the relevant interinstitutional agreements between the European Commission, the Council of Ministers and the European Parliament.

The Commission also refers the Honourable Members to its reply to Question E 003077/13(2).


OJ C 12 E, 16/01/2014
Dernière mise à jour: 12 juin 2013Avis juridique