Det finns mer att fira! :-)
Det här kom in igår:
"In addition, it must be observed that the rights of the defence constitute a fundamental principle of EU law. It follows from that principle that the person concerned must be given the opportunity, before the drawing up of a decision adversely affecting him, to make his views effectively known as to the truth and relevance of the facts and circumstances on which that decision was based (see judgment of 11 September 2013, L v Parliament, T‑317/10 P, EU:T:2013:413, paragraph 80 and the case-law cited). That principle has been repeated in Article 41(2)(a) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, which acknowledges ‘the right of every person to be heard, before any individual measure which would affect him or her adversely is taken’, a provision which has been found by the EU judicature to be of general application (see judgment of 11 September 2013, L v Parliament, T‑317/10 P, EU:T:2013:413, paragraph 81 and the case-law cited). That principle is therefore, in principle, also applicable in cases concerning the civil service."
Så vitt jag förstår omfattar principen i princip även kommunal förvaltning vilket gör referensen till artikel 41 särskilt intressant ur ett GDPR-perspektiv.
On 2018-05-14 08:40, Jacob Dexe wrote: