All petitions given to the EU Parliament - PETI Comittee since 2012

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Dear European Parliament,

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:

I request all petitions that have been given to the European Parliament (PETI Comittee) since 2012 up to now.

This includes
(1) the originally entered document (even for the petitions declared as non admissible or rejected out of other reasons I want the full text) including the reference number
(2) the english translation of all petition entered (as described under 1) including reference number
(3) for petitions declared as non admissible the persons (including names) who decided about this non admissibility and the reasons for their non admissibility. Also information if other persons e.g. the EU commission has been involved in the decision
(4) the case manager(s) with name of each petition
(5) all electronically searchable files of the petitions including all follow up documents
(6) for closed petitions the date and reason for their closure
(7) all 'successful' petitions with details

My name and address:

Klaus Zinser
Hauptstrasse 8
88427 Bad Schussenried
Germany

I am a German Citizen with German nationality.

Regards,
Klaus Zinser

AccesDocs, Parlamento Europeo

Acknowledgment of receipt (our ref.: A(2017)12592)

 

Dear Mr Zinser

 

The European Parliament hereby acknowledges receipt of your application
for access to documents, which was registered on 13 October 2017 under
reference A(2017)12592.

 

All requests for public access to documents are treated in compliance with
Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 of 30 May 2001 regarding public access to
European Parliament, Council and Commission documents.

 

In accordance with the above-mentioned Regulation, your application will
be handled within 15 working days upon registration of your request.

 

The European Parliament reserves the right to ask for additional
information regarding your identity in order to verify compliance with
Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 and the European Parliament’s implementing
measures.

 

Your attention is drawn to the fact that you have lodged your application
via the AsktheEU.org website, which is a private website not officially
related to the European Parliament. Therefore, the European Parliament
cannot be held accountable for any technical issues or problems linked to
the use of this system.          

 

Sincere regards

 

TRANSPARENCY UNIT

European Parliament

Directorate-General for the Presidency

 

Public Register Webpage: [1]http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegistreWeb/

Accesdocs(at)ep.europa.eu

 

 

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AccesDocs, Parlamento Europeo

OUR REF: A(2017)12592

Dear Mr Zinser,

On 13 October the European Parliament received your application under Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 requesting public access to an exceptionally large amount of documents:
1) all original petitions that have been introduced to the European Parliament since 2012,
2) All follow-up documents related to these petitions.

Parliament has received about 11 600 petitions since 2012, containing more than 30 000 pages. With the follow-up documents (three and more per case) the number of documents adds up to more than 60 000.

Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 obliges Parliament to assess each requested document individually and determine whether an exception applies for protected information under Article 4(1) and (2). Before providing public access to documents, under Article 4(4) of the same Regulation, Parliament is bound to consult the originators of the documents, as in many cases the petitioners provided information that is protected under Article 4(1) and (2). Given the nature of the documents at stake, Parliament would need to launch consultations with several thousand different parties in order to obtain the necessary elements for the assessment.

Article 6(3) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 provides that 'in the event of an application relating to a very long document or a very large number of documents, the institution concerned may confer with the applicant informally with a view to finding a fair solution'.

In this respect, and taking into consideration that, according to the case law, deadlines cannot be negotiated, we are contacting you in order to ask you to narrow down your request in a reasonable way, so as to find a fair solution that would allow Parliament to proceed with the assessment of your application within the 15 working days statutory deadline.

The fair solution would give Parliament the possibility to carry out the necessary consultations and to assess each document within the statutory deadlines. It does not prejudge on whether access to the documents can be granted or not under Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001.

If we do not receive a reply from you within 5 working days we will treat your application as it is.

Best regards,

TRANSPARENCY UNIT
European Parliament
Directorate-General for the Presidency

Public Register Webpage: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegistreWeb/
Accesdocs(at)ep.europa.eu

AccesDocs, Parlamento Europeo

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OUR REF: A(2017)12592

 

Dear Mr Zinser,

 

Parliament informs you that its administration will be closed on 1, 2 and
3 November 2017, and that the closure is to be taken into account in the
computing of the 15-working-day time limit to reply to the application for
access to documents with the reference A(2017)12592.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

[1]LOGO_EP TRANSPARENCY UNIT
European Parliament
Directorate General
for the Presidency
Directorate for
Inter-Institutional
Affairs
and Legislative
Coordination

 

[2]Public Register webpage
[3][email address]

 

 

 

References

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AccesDocs, Parlamento Europeo

Our Reference: A(2017)12592

Dear Mr Zinser,

The time limit for replying to your application A(2017)12592 expires tomorrow. However, given the large number of documents at stake and the fact that the internal consultation process for the relevant documents is still ongoing, Parliament needs to extend the time-limit for replying to your application by a further 15 working days, in accordance with Article 7(3) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001.

We thank you for your understanding.

Kind regards,

TRANSPARENCY UNIT
European Parliament
Directorate-General for the Presidency

Public Register Webpage: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegistreWeb/
Accesdocs(at)ep.europa.eu

Dear AccesDocs,

So unilaterally the deadline was extended by 15 working days. Please add the heard new deadline date.

Yours sincerely,

Klaus Zinser

AccesDocs, Parlamento Europeo

Our Reference: A(2017)12592

Dear Mr Zinser,

The deadline's date is 29 November 2017, in accordance with Article 7(3) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001.

Kind regards

TRANSPARENCY UNIT
European Parliament
Directorate-General for the Presidency

Public Register Webpage: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegistreWeb/
Accesdocs(at)ep.europa.eu

Dear AccesDocs,

I received a letter from Klaus Welle on 30.11.2017. It will be uploaded. The reply is in preparation.

Nevertheless, even when there are reasons that parts of the requests will be rejected, you have to answer immediately all what can be answered.

Kindly answer now:
(2) the english translation of all petition entered (as described under 1) including reference number
(3) for petitions declared as non admissible the persons (including names) who decided about this non admissibility and the reasons for their non admissibility. Also information if other persons e.g. the EU commission has been involved in the decision
(4) the case manager(s) with name of each petition
(6) for closed petitions the date and reason for their closure INCLUDING THE NAMES OF THE PEOPLE WHO VOTED IN FAVOR AND AGAINST.
(7) all 'successful' petitions with details

And if you can't answer one of these questions, answer all the other questions immediately.

Also be aware that you have already delayed twice and that you have to answer this immediately before Christmas.

Regards,
Klaus Zinser

AccesDocs, Parlamento Europeo

Our ref.: A(2017)12592

Dear Mr Zinser,

please be informed that your mail of 12 December 2017 is not a request for public access to documents as you are repeating questions to which Parliament has already replied with letter of 27 November 2017.

On 13 October 2017, the European Parliament registered an application for public access to documents that you lodged under Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001.

By mail of 20 October 2017 Parliament invited you to narrow down the scope of the request in a reasonable way, so as to find a fair solution that would allow Parliament to proceed with the assessment of your application within the statutory deadline. As you did not reply to this proposal, Parliament treated your application as received initially.

With letter of 27 November 2017 (registration number D(2017)318320), on grounds of an excessive administrative burden, disproportionate as compared to the objectives of your application, Parliament refused public access to “all petitions that have been given to the European Parliament (PETI Committee) since 2012“, while at the same time providing references to Parliament’s Rules of Procedure as well as the Petitions Committee’s procedural guidelines and supplementary information for answering your questions. In particular, Parliament provided you with the references to all on-line tools Parliament has created to allow citizens to scrutinize Parliament’s work in dealing with the petitions presented by European citizens. For your ease those references are repeated at the end of this mail.

With your mail of 12 December 2017 you are submitting the same questions that have been replied by the above mentioned letter of the Secretary General.

Parliament had already underlined in its letter to you of 13 June 2016 (registration number D(2016)311103) that replying to repetitive and abusive correspondence is contrary to the principle of good administration, as enshrined in Article 14(3) of the European Code of Good Administrative Behaviour.

In consequence, Parliament will not continue the communication with you on this subject. Any future request will be dealt with only if it falls within the scope of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 and it concerns identified or identifiable documents.

Regards

TRANSPARENCY UNIT
European Parliament
Directorate-General for the Presidency

Public Register Webpage: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegistreWeb/
Accesdocs(at)ep.europa.eu

References provided to you with the above mentioned letter of 27 November 2017:

Parliament's Rules of Procedure: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/re... (see Rules 215-218)

Parliament’s Petitions Portal: https://petiport.secure.europarl.europa.... containing English translation of all non-confidential petitions, as well as information concerning the treatment of the individual petitions (dates of decisions on admissibility/non admissibility and reasons).

Petitions Committee web page: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/committees...

Minutes of the decisions taken by the committee, publicly available, including results of roll-call votes if they took place:
http://europa.eu/!cp94uv

Petitions Committee's guidelines: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/pu...

Annual activity reports of the Petitions Committee: 2012 (http://europa.eu/!mH66vB), 2013 (http://europa.eu/!CF96Kv), 2014 (http://europa.eu/!Mv66MB), 2015 (http://europa.eu/!Mr47uX) and 2016 (http://europa.eu/!vY87cK)

Notices to Members established for petitions for which a Commission reply was sought and received. Notices for 2012 (http://europa.eu/!tv49pH), 2013 (http://europa.eu/!rg69nV), 2014 (http://europa.eu/!tG83xF), 2015 (http://europa.eu/!bD88pf), 2016 (http://europa.eu/!wU99JB) and 2017 (http://europa.eu/!kQ97pk).

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Dear AccesDocs,

seing your reply:
„In consequence, Parliament will not continue the communication with you on this subject. Any future request will be dealt with only if it falls within the scope of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 and it concerns identified or identifiable documents.“

Unfortunately there are strong indications to hide infirmation. Strong indications for structural corruption within the European Organisations and also within the European Parliament.

It may be noted that many of the MEP are on the Soros List. Especially the PETI head Cecilia Wikström and the Maltese Substitutes. Here is more: https://needtoknow.news/2017/11/leaked-d...

I am requesting the extension of the time limit to reply to this message and also to the message/letter of Klaus Welle until 1st June 2018. Means you cannot close these requests.

Kindly let me know if you systematically block me from getting answers on FOI requests. Also let me know what lawyers will give legal advice. Therefore i want a list of lawyers with names.

Yours sincerely,

Klaus Zinser

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There is a goo relationship between Klaus Welle and Cecilia Wikström. It seems Welle is not really independent:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYTy9PGi...