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She is also formerly a meteorologist for KABC-TV in Los Angeles, where she was born and raised. It was in 1986 when Latvian Animal Fancier’s Society made the advertising and called the cat’s owners to become foundators of the first cat club in the performed Soviet Union.In it the appellant stated inter alia that she had learned of these results on her return from holiday on 10 April 2008.Her complaint read as follows (original text in English): "I herewith lodge a complaint against the results of the written examination held on 21st January 2008 for a post of Latvian lawyer at the Registry of European Court of Human Rights.

The Administrative Tribunal, composed of: Ms Elisabeth PALM, Chair, Mr Angelo CLARIZIA and Mr Hans G. The appellant filed her grounds of appeal at the same time. On 22 September 2008 the Secretary General submitted his observations on the appeal. 2 - Russia Activity No.3 - Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Norway Activity No.4 - Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Norway Activity No.5 - Russia Activity No.6 - Latvia - - - Activity No. Workshop I 18 participants Theme: Co-operation in the Nordic Countries and participation in other regional and international bodies, and other themes Place and date: Svetlogorsk, Kaliningrad region, 18 and 19 March, 2015 Experts: Marina Matyunina, Evgenya Batova, Ruta Pels, Leonid Smulskiy, Aldona Droseikiene, Dalia Kairiene, Alina Stadnik, Wlodzimierz Stadnik, Barbro-Ingegerd Wickman-Parak, Inga-Birgitta Tamminen, Svitlana Ezite, Edgars Jancuks, Lelde Calite, Elina Alere-Fogele and Laila Balga ● Workshop I programme (.pdf) Activity No.2 - Russia Activity No.3 - Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Norway Activity No.4 - Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Norway Activity No.5 - Russia Activity No.6 - Latvia - - - Activity No.KNITEL, Judges, assisted by: Mr Sergio SANSOTTA, Registrar, has delivered the following decision after due deliberation. The appellant, Ms Inga Švarca, lodged her appeal on 18 July 2008. The appellant filed observations in response on 5 January 2009 requesting, amongst other things, a number of investigative measures (submission of documents and hearing of witnesses). The public hearing of this appeal was held in the Administrative Tribunal’s hearing room in Strasbourg on 12 March 2009. The appellant is a temporary member of the Council of Europe’s staff and a Latvian national.The appellant was represented by Dr Frank Diedrich, lawyer, and the Secretary General was represented by Ms Bridget O’Loughlin, Deputy Head of the Legal Advice Department, assisted by Ms Sania Ivedi from the same department. She was recruited under a temporary contract and assigned to a grade B4 post in the registry of the European Court of Human Rights. The appellant applied to sit the competitive examination for recruitment of a Latvian lawyer to the registry of the European Court of Human Rights (vacancy notice e108/2007).