Requests initiated from Klaus Zinser - All Documents when the EU Commission and other EU Departments have been asked for your support

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Dear Legal Service,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

requests given to you, based on requests from the EU Commission and other EU departments about request from Klaus Zinser.

Hereby I am asking
- FOI Requests done from Klaus Zinser (all EU Departments)
- all Requests from the EU Commission (and maybe through the Petition Committee) in reference to a child contact where the EU commission was initially informed in March 2010 and from then ongoing.

Yours faithfully,

Klaus Zinser

Legal Service

Dear Mr. Klaus Zinser,

 

We understand that you request the list of requests for access to
documents you have made to the Commission. In case we have not correctly
understood your request, please let us know.

 

Concerning the second point of your email below, to help us serving you
the best way possible, could you please clarify what you mean by "all
Requests from the EU Commission (and maybe through the Petition Committee)
in reference to a child contact where the EU commission was initially
informed in March 2010 and from then ongoing"?

 

In addition, we note that you haven't mentioned a postal address in your
email below. Please note that postal address is requested to enable us to
acknowledge and register your request for access to documents.

 

To enable us to take your request into consideration, we kindly ask you to
provide us by Tuesday 14 April at the latest with:

-          the clarification of the second point of your email of
07/04/2015,

-          your complete postal address to which we can send you our
reply.

 

Please note that your request will be treated only when we will receive
the above information.

 

Best regards,

 

 

Diana Tilouche

 

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Dear Legal Service, Dear Mrs Tilouche,

after a telephone call with the high ranked commission member Martin Selmayr I have informed the EU commission (Viviane Reding and Cecilia Malmström) about the violation of the right to family life.
http://www.asktheeu.org/en/request/docum...

Up to now the European Commission is still ignoring that the United Kingdom is violating EU Law (EC2201/2003) since June 2009.

This violation of the exequator, having UK recognized court orders since 2009 that should have been executed immediately in UK, has been made perfectly clear in the petition hearing on 11th November 2014. (I am not a lawyer to decide about this and had to stop to pay horrible expensive and inefficient UK lawyers in 2009).

As the EU Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly is not willing to investigate now, I have to do it myself.

Your department has the best legal knowledge and for sure you should know the law better than Joanna Serdynska, her head of department Michael Shotter and even Paskevi Michou and the Commissioners Viviane Reding or people involved like Cecilia Malmström.

Therefore I need to know if this EU commission members have been working careful and have consulted you.

Even to know for now if the have consulted your department when Mrs Joanna Serdynska said on 11th Nov 2014, that they still cannot see a violation of EU law. https://archive.org/details/20141111Brus... and they are still not willing to start infringement proceedings against UK.

As adress, I still don't agree that you are allowed to ask but if you organization feels happy and to avoid delays:
Hauptstrasse 8, 88427 Bad Schusxenried, Deutschland.

Kindly let me know if you have further questions.

Yours faithfully,

Klaus Zinser

Legal Service

Dear Mr. Klaus Zinser,

We thank you for the clarifications you have sent concerning the second point of your email of 07/04/2015 and for sending us your postal address.

We acknowledge receipt of your request for access, under Regulation 1049/2001 regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents (Official Journal L145, 31.05.2001, page 43) and understand that you request access to:
- all exchanges between the Legal Service of the Commission and the other Directorates General/Services of the Commission concerning your previous requests for access to documents;
- any reply from the Legal Service to a consultation that could have been made by other DGs/Services of the Commission in relation with Petition 1229/2013.

Please note that your request has been registered under reference GESTDEM 2015/2063.

In accordance with Regulation 1049/2001, you will receive a response within 15 working days. The time limit will expire on 30/04/2015. In case this time limit needs to be extended, you will be informed in due time.

Yours sincerely,

Diana Tilouche

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Dear Legal Service, Dear Mrs Tilouche,

I think you wrote it right. To avoid misunderstandings and unnecessary delays:

"- all exchanges between the Legal Service of the Commission and the other Directorates General/Services of the Commission concerning your previous requests for access to documents;
- any reply from the Legal Service to a consultation that could have been made by other DGs/Services of the Commission in relation with Petition 1229/2013."

This includes:

(a) all exchange between Legal Services and DG JUST starting from March 2010 which led several years later to the Petition 1229/2013 (which was heard first in March 2014) including all what happened when the petition was handled up to now (e.g. the positions of the commission, quoted and published mainly from Mrs Serdynska (quote 2nd paragraph)

(b) previous requests for documents means all exchange between legal services commission and other departments caused through my FOI requests (quote 1st paragraph). This should show how often and how detailed these departments need legal consultation for FOI requests from, mainly non legal trained, European Citizens.

Yes, I think we have/ we are on the way to have a common understanding.

Yours faithfully,

Klaus Zinser

Legal Service

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Dear Mr Zinser,

 

I refer to your email of 9 April 2015, registered as GESTDEM 2015/2063,
requesting access to documents under Regulation Nº 1049/2001 regarding
public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents (OJ
L 145, 31.05.2001, page 43).

 

Your application has been dealt. However, since it will take some time
before the official response to your request is approved by all the
persons involved, we have to extend the prescribed period by another of 15
working days before you receive a reply.

The new time limit expires on 27 May 2015. However we certainly will be
able to reply to you before this date.

 

We apologize for this delay,

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

LS Access to Documents Team
 
European Commission
Legal Service

B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2-299 11 11

 

 

Legal Service

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Dear Mr Zinser,

 

I refer to your email of 9 April 2015, registered as GESTDEM 2015/2063,
requesting access to documents under Regulation Nº 1049/2001 regarding
public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents (OJ
L 145, 31.05.2001, page 43).

 

Your application has been dealt. However, since it will take some time
before the official response to your request is approved by all the
persons involved, we have to extend the prescribed period by another of 15
working days before you receive a reply.

The new time limit expires on 27 May 2015. However we certainly will be
able to reply to you before this date.

 

We apologize for this delay,

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

LS Access to Documents Team
 
European Commission
Legal Service

B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2-299 11 11

 

 

Legal Service

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Dear Mr Zinser,

 

Please find attached an advanced copy of the reply to your request for
access to documents GESTDEM 2015/2063.

 

The paper version of the decision signed by our Director General will be
sent to you shortly by registered mail. Please note that the documents for
which partial access has been granted are transmitted by e-mail only (see
attachments).

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

Diana TILOUCHE
 
European Commission
Legal Service

BERL 1/111
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
[1][email address]

 

 

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