Application for Annulment and Compensation in the Case T-341/07, 18 November 2007

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APPLICATION FOR ANNULMENT AND COMPENSATION

IN THE CASE T- 341/07

ABBREVIATED VERSION LIMITED TO THE ANNULMENT GROUNDS (in accordance with the letter of the Registry of the Court of First Instance T-341/07-33, of 14/11/2007 and the minutes of the informal meeting of 08/11/2007)

THIS APPLICATION IS FOR:

I. Partial annulment of Council Decision 2007/445/EC of June 28, 2007 implementing Article 2(3) of Regulation (EC) No 2580/2001 on specific restrictive measures directed against certain persons and entities with a view to combating terrorism and repealing Decisions 2006/379/EC and 2006/1008/EC (Annex 1, OJ of the EU, L 169 of 29 June 2007, pp. 58-62) insofar as that decision includes Professor Jose Maria Sison;

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THE APPLICANT IS:

Jose Maria SISON, born 8/2/1939 in Cabugao, Ilocos Sur, Philippines, whose domicile is Rooseveltlaan 778, 3526 BK Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Represented by the following lawyers :

Jan FERMON, Chaussée de Haecht 55, 1210 Bruxelles, Belgium
Antoine COMTE, Rue de Rivoli 48 bis, 75004 Paris, France
Hans Eberhard SCHULTZ, Lindenstrasse 14, 28755 Bremen, German Federal Republic
Dundar GURSES, Schoolplein 5A, 3581 PX Utrecht, Netherlands
Wolfgang KALECK,, Immanuelkirchstrasse 3-4, D-10405 Berlin , Germany
Romeo T. CAPULONG, Public Interest Law Center 7836, Kaija Bldg, Makati Avenue Cor. Valdez St., Makati City Metro Manila Philippines, as correspondent lawyer in the Philippines.

THE APPLICATION IS AGAINST: The Council of the European Union (“Council”)

In accordance with Article 44 § 2 subparagraph 2 of the Rules of Procedure of the Court, the applicant declares that he accepts notifications at the following address : by e-mail at jan.fermon@progresslaw.net and by fax at the n° 32/2/215.80.20. <read more>

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